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    CSS Help PLEASE!
    I found what I thought was a simple theme. But for the life of me I can not seem to get the center content section to extend the full height of the page. Could someone please have a look and tell me what I might need to do. (I have tried googling) Here is a 404 link which will illustrate with I mean.

    http://www.phillysportsblogs.com/a

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    Doug
    Thanks,
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    you have a layer on the left, and a layer on the right, what are you trying to do?

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    If you are trying to get the white background to go down to the bottom of the two sidebars you might want to look at a different layout type. You are using type f and they offer other types that might work. The white background is the content-wrap layer and with a relative position it only goes down the page as far as whatever is in the content area.

    Look for #content-wrap in your CSS and look down a few lines lower to view the different types. They should offer an explanation of when to use the different layout types or a way to use them selectively.

    I know this is not a complete answer, just a where-to-look, but I am sort of late. I hope it helps.

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    There seem to be one extra </div> tag, the one right before your <div id="content"> tag.

    Try taken that out and see what that does.

    Make sure you save an old copy before doing so

    <body id="type-f">
    <div id="wrap">


    <div id="content-wrap">

    .
    .
    .
    </div> <!-- ???? TAKE THIS OUT ??? -->

    <div id="content">
    .
    .

    <div id="footer">
    <p><a href="http://www.phillysportsblogs.com">Philly Sports Blogs</a> &copy;<a href="http://www.counterspot.com/"></a>
    2008 - 2010</div>


    </div> <!-- id content -->

    <div id="sidebar">
    </div>

    </div>
    </div> <!-- id wrap -->

    </body>

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    Thanks for the suggestions but still no dice. I did find a few theme and will probably re CSS it to fit my needs. Thanks again for your help.

    Doug
    Thanks,
    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsupportnotes
    I found what I thought was a simple theme. But for the life of me I can not seem to get the center content section to extend the full height of the page. Could someone please have a look and tell me what I might need to do. (I have tried googling) Here is a 404 link which will illustrate with I mean...
    I did find a few theme and will probably re CSS it to fit my needs...
    I notice you're using 3 Columns on that site...

    Maybe you can check this site, and find what you need?: The Perfect 3 Column Liquid Layout

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