@douga : Thanks for looking the site over. I understand and agree with the issue with the bright (and flat) background. Also, if the menu drop down lands over an expanse of this background blue, the secondary menu gets lost in that background. I have tried different color gradients and textures and have not found the combination yet that I like. But that is something I am definitely working on. Thank you again for the feedback!
@capetom: I totally agree with you about the RapidWeaver community. I have been a “lurker” on lots of the threads, learning from the community. I have also worn out the search button, looking up my issues, and seeing if others have had the same question.
I must, however, give a special hat-tip to Andrew Tavernor (@tav). I had endless questions about some of the Foundation and Big White Duck stacks. @tav stuck with me until everything was sorted, explaining and providing CSS “fixes” if that is what was needed. I have seen Andrew’s guidance and influence scattered all over this and other RapidWeaver forums. His help made all the difference when I was stuck!
@davidfreels: Thanks for looking the site over! I have a Gallery in the works, but it will be a while yet before I release it.
@willwood See my note to Doug above about the background color. It is in the works, but I’m not satisfied with it yet.
But the real problem is that footer. I was aware that Internet Explorer 11 had this issue with the footer, but I had not seen it in any other browser. I think the problem is that I define line height in Foundation Site Styles, but that was making the footer lines (in ParagraphPro) look double-spaced. I adjusted the line height in ParagraphPro to get what I was after, and all the browsers I tested in except IE 11 were displaying properly. I thought it was a quirk of IE 11’s CSS interpretation, but apparently not. I will have to scrutinize that one again. Thanks for the review, and this important catch!