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My first question is I need linux based reseller iPage web hosting. Which is best and cheap? Many thanks for any comment. My 2nd question... Is there a way to make it so that a table is always aligned at the bottom of the screen, no matter how much text is on the screen? I'd like to have my copyright info and links always appear at the bottom of the browser window...

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That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

Why don't you show us your page or at least the code so that we can help you out a little better...

Comment #2

How about using CSS positional elements?.

For example, in your css style sheet create a class called box:.

Although I haven't tried this myself, my understanding is that this should place a box with it's bottom margin 2 pixels from the bottom of the page..

Just a thought...

Comment #3

This one:.

<STYLE TYPE="text/css">.


.box {/*this is a box where the bottom-navigation and the copyright will be placed*/.

Background: #FFFFFF;.

Color : #000099;.

Font-family : Arial, Tahoma, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 12px;.

Padding : 10px;.




Border: 2px groove #48D1CC;.





<body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#b41b32" link="#0000ff" vlink="#800080" alink="#ff0000" Marginwidth=0 marginheight=0 leftmargin=0 topmargin=0 BACKGROUND="#" >.

<div class="box">&nbsp; ||&nbsp; shippyatdrexel &nbsp;||&nbsp;</div>.


Just the code of torrent with this in it:.


Comment #4

Make the table height 100% then make the this code for the table data you want at the bottom.

<td valign="bottom"> table data </td>..

Comment #5

That code won't make the table the way he wants it to appear. He needs a script that will put his copyright info at the bottom of the page no matter what the screen resolution is. Your code will make the table, which contains this information, exactly the same height of the browser. If he has any other information above that table, it will push that table down and the user will be required to scroll down to see the copyright information in that table...

Comment #6

I believe from other web design forums that using relative height sizes in the table tag is considered to be poor implementation and is being deprecated..

Can anyone confirm whether this is actually the case or not?..

Comment #7

The height property for tables is not depreciated. It is non-standard..

It is not part of the standards even though major browsers have put.

It in anyway. Percentages work most of the time in IE (sort of) but.

Not in Netscrap or Opera..

I think what you need will go something like this:.

The stuff you want at the bottom has to be in a layer (absolutely.

Positioned div for compatibility) like this:.

<div id="thediv" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;visibility:hidden">.

The do the body tag this way:.

<body onLoad="positionit()">.

This goes in the head:.

<script language="JavaScript">.


Var obj;.

Var H;.

Var divH;.

Var T;.

Function positionit().


If (document.all).








If (document.layers).














If (document.layers).










I don't have time to play with it, but it should be pretty close. Might.

Need some adjustments for margins and such..


Comment #8

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.