On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 10:54 PM, Ingo Chao [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> 2010/1/3 Bruno Fassino [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
>> FWIW, the IE8 vertical resize problem seems fixed by the presence of
>> some specific content inside the min-height container, for example a
>> display:table box, which can be empty and added with :after
>> As you said, Opera can be fixed by the addition of some box, so
>> playing a bit more, the following seems to satisfy both Opera10 and
>> IE8, using :after for both (I needed to add a position:relative on
>> html for Opera)
>> (Well, it's surely better to avoid these hacks altogether :-) and just
>> live with the resize problem...)
> Thanks so much, Bruno!
> I just tried your pseudo-element solution in Opera 10 for a
> footerStickAlt-related problem and it worked well. Don't understand why
> position:relative on html changed the game, though.
Well, I've no idea, what Opera is doing here is really strange.
Without that position:relative the fix doesn't work. It can also be
applied to body instead of html.
Also strange is that the added a.p. element must have a percentage
height, including 0%.
Bruno Fassino http://www.brunildo.org/test
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