I have tested the scenario in the following browsers and the footer sticks to the bottom of the page instead of the "Article 1(2)"
. Please note that in order to notice this please maximize your browser window. This way you can have some space between the the "Article 1(2)"
and the footer. This is due to the fact that all rows do have specific height in pixels and they take just as much space as the value no matter of the browser current height. So if the browser window is not stretched vertically the footer might look like stuck to the "Article 1(2)"
Please find some attachments that shows the example in IE11 and Google Chrome 35
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