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Hey guys!

I'm pretty pleased with the way my website is now: it's fairly easy to maintain and doesn't look too bad either.

One minor issue though: The footer never stays at the absolute bottom of the page... it looks fine on my 12" iBook, but on larger screens I've noticed it hovers a few cm's above the bottom edge of the window.
How can I fix this?

http://homepage.mac.com/aptmunich/

It's on a .mac server, so I don't have access to any apache-esque commands I'm afraid.
My understanding of CSS etc. is also fairly rudimentary, so be gentle!
Any other suggestions?
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Unless your building a DYNAMIC site or you can find some script that will detect each visitor Monitor and resolution and then it will adjust, your just gonna have make the page smaller....
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for me the bottom is more like 5-6 inches from the bottom.

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