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Hey Everyone, I'm having an issue on one of my sites where the footer background is not showing up on certain pages: http://www.jerseycookiegirl.com/summer.shtml and http://www.jerseycookiegirl.com/order_form.shtml The background is supposed to be white, like on the other pages, but I don't understand why it's not working on only certain pages... Any help would be greatly appreciated!! ~Jess :Bucktooth:style.css

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I can tell that you have a lot of validation issues, in particular <link> tags for stylesheets that aren't were they belong (in between the <head> tags) as well as mismatching opening and closing tags for divs and lists. validate your HTML.http://validator.w3.org/

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can't help. plus I pointed out you had mismatched opening and closing tags. You can't predict how a browser will try and fix your page when you have it broken. So why not just do the simple fixes to get it validated (which you should be doing anyway) and take it from there? At least then you will know it's not the browser misinterpreting your broken HTML. edit: also, you should really be using a strict DTD.

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anyway, after looking at it with developer tools, and like I pointed out, this maybe due to the tag mismatch but, for example, the page herehttp://www.jerseycookiegirl.com/order_form.shtmlthe Footer is not in ContentWrapper the way it is herehttp://www.jerseycookiegirl.com/

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When I look at them both instances of the footer are outside the content wrapper.
well, I was looking at them through Chrome developer tools and it shows as how I described. Either way, you could just simply give the footer the white background like ContentWrapper does. Thats why it does or doesn't have the white background too. When it's in ContentWrapper, the white background shows for Footer. When it's not in ContentWrapper, it shows no background because it has none of it's own styled to it.
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