CSS Menu that sticks to the bottom of the page.

The simple way: just make a layer and set the positioning on the inspector panel from the bottom of the window. Under “Dimensions” click the last of the six boxes and put “0px” in it.

There’s one problem with this: if the window is long enough to scroll vertically, the navigation bar will scroll up instead of staying stuck to the bottom of the window. To cure this, you can set the positioning to “Fixed in Window”. This will make all Mac browsers happy, as far as I know, and I think it works in IE7 on Windows. I know it doesn’t work in IE6 on Windows, though, which is a real bore. For IE6 you can make this effect (more or less - it’ll probably be a bit jumpy) with javascript. Paul Dunning’s Layer Positioning action should be able to do this. It’s at http://www.softpress.com/kb/article.php?id=181

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