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    Post div instead of frames

    heya!

    Please take a look at the site i'm designing for a friend... http://tkirstentje.tk
    the problem is , i use div's now instead of frames but when you look at the Guestbook page (http://users.pandora.be/kirstentje/g...astenboek.html)at the bottom there's much space and i can't seem to remove it.. i use height:100%, any other ideas? And another problem is the title doesn't seem to center when i resize the page...

    that's it, i hope somebody knows it

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    Hi,

    And another problem is the title doesn't seem to center when i resize the page...
    The title does centre but only when its bigger than 1017px because thats the size of your image. Make your image smaller as most of it is just black anyway and then it will resize with the page.

    I couldn't see what space you were talking about as there was no space at the bottom on that page you linked to.

    Also I don't know what you've done to my cursor as it won't stop flashing now even when I'm not on your site

    Paul

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    thanks for the title help! i fixed it and it works
    about the cursor thing.. i use VBScript on that page and somehow it screw up the mouse cursor, i didn't find any code to fix that yet

    http://users.pandora.be/kirstentje/g...astenboek.html does have a space, scroll down to the bottom of the page and at look to the left the div doesn't end! because height:100% takes only the window screen not the whole content, any ideas?

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    Just checked it myself too and I don't see the extra space either...

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    Good god that site is like a powerpoint presentation!

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    LOL

    Believe me there's a space because the div doesn't end at teh bottom like it should, anybody got any idea how to fix this, height:100% doesn't do the trick...

    Maxor: don't reply if you have nothing better to say!

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    about the space, i use 4 div's on my pages

    #topcolumn
    #leftcolumn
    #rightcolumn
    #centercolumn

    the left an right div(where the menu is) doesn't reach the bottom of the content.. it only takes the screen height 100% so when you scroll down there wil be space!! Best visble on the http://users.pandora.be/kirstentje/g...astenboek.html page

    thanks for yr time

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    the left an right div(where the menu is) doesn't reach the bottom of the content
    Why should they?

    The left and right columns are not connected to the centrecontent in anyway so theres no way they will react with the centrecontent height. Your left and right columns are absolutely placed anyway which basically mean that as far as they are concerned there is nothing else on the page.

    The only element that will resize in relation to another element is a table. Therefore as you have used tables already you may want to look for a table solution. Otherwise you will need something like my 3 col demo (sticky thread) which achieves a 100% layout but at the cost of some complexity. Howver you have so much going on in that page it may not be feasible.

    I don't see that it matters as the page is black anyway so there seems to be no problem as it is. Unless you have something else in mind of course.

    Paul

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    Ok, im going to replace them by tables, that was 1 of my ideas to do too.
    Thanks for your replies, they are always usefull

    laters

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub0zero

    Maxor: don't reply if you have nothing better to say!
    Thanks for the tip.


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