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razaviv
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hello i have this code:

<style type="text/css">#fixme { /* Netscape 4, IE 4.x-5.0/Win and other lesser browsers will use this */ position: absolute; right: 20px; bottom: 10px;}body > div#fixme { /* used by Opera 5+, Netscape6+/Mozilla, Konqueror, Safari, OmniWeb 4.5+, iCab, ICEbrowser */ position: fixed;}</style><!--[if gte IE 5.5]><![if lt IE 7]><style type="text/css">div#fixme { /* IE5.5+/Win - this is more specific than the IE 5.0 version */ right: auto; bottom: auto; left: expression( ( -20 - fixme.offsetWidth + ( document.documentElement.clientWidth ? document.documentElement.clientWidth : document.body.clientWidth ) + ( ignoreMe2 = document.documentElement.scrollLeft ? document.documentElement.scrollLeft : document.body.scrollLeft ) ) + 'px' ); top: expression( ( -10 - fixme.offsetHeight + ( document.documentElement.clientHeight ? document.documentElement.clientHeight : document.body.clientHeight ) + ( ignoreMe = document.documentElement.scrollTop ? document.documentElement.scrollTop : document.body.scrollTop ) ) + 'px' );}</style><![endif]><![endif]-->
and in chrome it sticks the div in the bottom of page, even when scrolling, and in explorer not.someone knows why? Edited by rjy9aen2
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I would start by getting rid of all that so called CSS.I dont think anyone targets IE5.5 anymore, let alone netscape..those browsers are thankfully dead.Look up for CSS solutions for sticky footers in Google, there are a few out there that do a pretty good job.:)

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