Ok, I apologize for the perhaps really fundamental question. I looked over stickyfooter stuff etc already, but I am really new to the actual coding here so i'm confused on how to implement it. I have a page set up, but I need to get the footer to stick to the bottom of the browser. As it stands I have a page or two in my website where the footer floats up because on larger monitors there isn't enough to keep it down. I realize I could just add some space to force the footer down up to a certain size of monitor, but i'd prefer not to obviously, since that's quite clumsy. One would think i could just add a <div> between my last paragraph and footer that's 100% height so that it adjusts appropriately... or i would have hoped, but that's not how it works i guess. haha. Anyway. Below is a link to a page with the code for my page. I am at a loss on how to implement the correct code to make the footer stick. Can SOMEONE please help me and tell me what i need to do and where? And PLEASE don't flame if you are going to tell me that people pay you for a reason, I am a designer myself and I understand no spec and all that, but I really could use some advice and i think this is a really easy fix/implementation for someone who knows. Code located here: http://www.detailedeventsmanagement.com/code.html and no, it's not for that website, i just uploaded it to another website that I was just finishing temporarily. Thanks so much in advance! <div class="thrColHyb2"> is the section (footer section) that I need to stick. The css is at the head of the document.