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msg:1212537
 9:51 pm on Aug 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

I want my page to be browser height even when there is not much content. I want the footer to be at the bottom. But I want it to expand if there's lot of content.

There's got to be an easy way - but I can't make anything work. I know about min-height but it doesn't do anything in FF or IE.

TIA!

 

skizm




msg:1212538
 2:03 pm on Aug 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

howdy,

hard code a height value like;

HTML - height="500px"
CSS - height:500px;

you can try percent values however in my experience they arent as cross browser reliable.

faltered




msg:1212539
 9:32 pm on Aug 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

The min-height attribute should work in FireFox. I used in on a few sites and it worked fine. But not for IE.

stephendeo




msg:1212540
 9:39 pm on Aug 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

You can always use this method, always works for me ^^

lol i think alist apart link isn't working here, hope I didn't break any rules ; ;

[a...] list apart .com/articles/fauxcolumns

hope that helps

Stephen

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