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Styling footers proves to be a bit tricky. On a site where there’s a lot of content, this is not an issue. However, if you want to have the page be full height and scroll when the content overflows, there is some subtlety to styling the footer. It’s pretty easy to accidentally have the footer float in the middle of the page when the content overflows and the page scrolls. It’s also pretty easy to have the content hide underneath the footer. Head past the break for the details.
Nearly every software developer who works with front-end code has probably used the CSS property background-image. What some might not know is that background-image can take many images and set how those images are positioned. This could be particularly useful if you don’t have full control over the HTML that is being generated for whatever reason. You could also have multiple elements and use an nth-of-type selector to achieve the same effect. Click through for the code and a JSFiddle demo.