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I'm seeing this on Chromium 22 (Windows & Linux) & Firefox 15 (Windows):

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The footer line is a bit in the way. Tried the usual clearing of caches/hard refresh but that doesn't seem to help.

Related: Footer line isn't where it's supposed to be in review stats and history - but that's not on the same page.

It's also broke in Chrome 22, but only on the review page, not the stats:

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Additional info – this link:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/review/
           this thing here looks important ^

which is what "review" in the header links to, leads me to a page with the footer misplaced as in the screenshots above.

But, this one:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/review

which is what the "Review" in the in-page header (to the left of the stats and buttons in the review pages themselves) links to, leads me to a page with the footer where it's supposed to be.

Hoping this could help debugging the issue.

  • I don't see this in Chrome, but it was reported again for Firefox (good thing you posted this as a bug report though, comments aren't that visible and may go unnoticed). – yannis Oct 8 '12 at 10:58
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    Oh, hadn't seen those comments. Might be very version-sensitive, I created this question yesterday, but I couldn't reproduce on a Win7 VM, so I actually waited to have a "real" Windows machine to check on (Vista), and it does repro here, Chrome v2.0.1229.79m. (Oh and it doesn't actually interfere with site functions, so it's really minor.) – Mat Oct 8 '12 at 11:43
  • @Ben Thanks for the edit. – yannis Oct 17 '12 at 19:35
  • I'm not seeing it on Win7/IE9. – Walter Oct 17 '12 at 22:38
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This is fixed now. Programmers (along with Cooking and Ask Ubuntu) tends to require more one-off, site-specific CSS fixes than other sites. The bug was: without the trailing forward slash in the url, we weren't applying the review-page class to <body> element, so certain styles weren't being applied.

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