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Is there a way without css to display something at the bottom no matter how much precedes it? or what resolution is?
using a <p> makes it about right(at 800X600) but I get a scroll bar that wasnt there before.
 
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well anything that is last on an html page (html is interpreted sequentially) is displayed last so i really don't understand what you're asking thats so difficult.
though the way we do it here is using layers, so the footer (copyright statement) is in a layer that gets displayed below all the other content.
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I mean like if the resolution is higher, it wont be at the bottom of the browser window. there will be blank background under it. It's not important anyway, I will just use a <p>
 
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