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# 41956 26-Sep-2009 04:16
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Hi folks, it's been a while since I've done any web work but this seemingly simple layout is beating me. Here's the URL: http://savitarbernese.com. At the bottom of the page the last <div> can be seen out of alignment. The URL of that image is http://savitarbernese.com/images/v3/bottom.png. The image is indeed much taller than what is shown on the page. I can't for the life of me figure out what's wrong there. Can someone please help me with this simple problem?

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  # 258499 26-Sep-2009 09:57
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That last div is inside your 'content' div, hence superimposed on the content background image. You just need to move it to after the end of the content div.

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  # 258500 26-Sep-2009 09:58
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Put yout footer div just outside/belowof the main div.

Why's it's doing it as like at the moment is your main div is holding the footer div, and hence showing the lines through the curved corners.




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  # 258515 26-Sep-2009 11:26
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D'oh!! Thank you, that did the trick!




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