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New Footer Stlying, Separate Box.


quickshot12

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Hi,

 

Currently I have my shop contained in a DIV to center it, set the border and background color.

The DIV starts at the top of the header.php file and finish at the bottom of the footer.php file.

 

I am trying to separate my footer in its own ‘box’ with a border which is droped down from the main content box.

 

I tried ending the DIV at the top of the footer and starting a new div after that one however it doesn’t work properly.

 

Does anyone know how to do this?

 

Thanks.

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Sounds like you used vgers center shop contrib. I would just make a new table class within the css and keep the footer in the div. This will keep your center shop and the pixel association (so that if you ever decide to change how wide you want to display your shop you would not have to change it in two placess in the css... yes, I am that lazy) with the entire site in one dive and the footer styling in another css entry. Play with it for a while, I bet you will get it.

 

Hi,

 

Currently I have my shop contained in a DIV to center it, set the border and background color.

The DIV starts at the top of the header.php file and finish at the bottom of the footer.php file.

 

I am trying to separate my footer in its own ‘box’ with a border which is droped down from the main content box.

 

I tried ending the DIV at the top of the footer and starting a new div after that one however it doesn’t work properly.

 

Does anyone know how to do this?

 

Thanks.

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Sounds like you used vgers center shop contrib. I would just make a new table class within the css and keep the footer in the div. This will keep your center shop and the pixel association (so that if you ever decide to change how wide you want to display your shop you would not have to change it in two placess in the css... yes, I am that lazy) with the entire site in one dive and the footer styling in another css entry. Play with it for a while, I bet you will get it.

 

Yes I'm using a center shop contribution. Is this a good solution for the border?

 

I can't actually end the div before the footer content, if i place it the </div> at the top or anywhere before the actual content of the footer file, the content is still included in one big div?

 

 

Any ideas on how to end the div before the footer content?

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