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Thread: forcing divs to end of content
Aug 5, 2003, 11:09 #1
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forcing divs to end of content
Okay, here's the links.
Page - http://www.wotmasters.com/all/index.html
CSS - http:/www.wotmasters.com/all/ref/default.css
Although I'm not finished, the design looks mostly the way I wish to it as I view it in a resolution of 1024 x 768. But when I switch to 800x600 to do some usablity testing, it's not quite as pretty.
I've got a "container" div that has the teal colored background, while the body background is the yellow. But at 800x600, the teal does not go to the bottom of the content. Instead, it goes to merely 600 pixels down (the 100% height of the screen) offset by my top margin.
And if I try setting it to auto as opposed to 100% for height on my container div, the div seems to collapse.
Anyone know how I can force the container div (and thus my teal color) to the botttom of the content without measuring by guess-and-testing the number of pixels? The content will change so I'd rather not hard-code it that way time and time again.
Thanks.Caution: Slow Children At Play -->