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    resolved [RESOLVED] footer problem

    I'm trying to to get the following footer cjwebconsulting.com/consulting/ to look and act the same on the following page. cjwebconsulting.com/consulting/home.html
    Last edited by jedaisoul; 01-02-2015 at 06:02 PM.

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    For starters, one uses the <footer> tag and the other uses <div id="footer">.

    You can usually spot such issues easily by using the Developers Tools. Press F12.

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    What I do to avoid that problem is that I separate the header code and the footer code into independent files and then I call that files in the others pages like home,contact us, etc.

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    I did that and worked. Thank you. . is there a reason when I look at it in dreamweaver that my footer in code mode, shows up at the top of the page?
    Last edited by Maxxxx; 01-01-2015 at 01:55 PM.

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    I have one tip for you .. space between <head> tag & </head> you can remove it

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    I don't see what your talking about, sorry.

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    If you want the footers to be identical, copy the code. Or, better still, use a PHP include file... That goes for the header and nav bar too.

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