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At the bottom of the list is an image of the dolphin that I want to be flat against the left margin and the bottom of the page.
I did leftmargin=0 (which somebody called Microsoft's pseudo-CSS) and that's fine, but I can't get it to align right up against the bottom of the page.
I don't want to use absolute positioning because I want this page to work in different sized browser windows.
But anyway, I'm not exactly sure what to do with that little snippet in there as I've never run across it before. (Really, I should break down and buy a book and plow through it.) Do I have to specify something with the image itself to say I want that particular image at the bottom?
border:ridge 2px #ccffff;
If I take off the 3rd line and replace it with bottom:0px and ax the last 2 lines, the div just camps mid-page.