> There seems to still be a lot of theories about getting
> a box to assume the full length of the viewport, so I
> will leave that for the real experts. But, would a simple
> border suffice for your purposes? If so, you could have a
> 1 (or more) pixel border-right, on the LEFT box and the
> same size (and color) border-left on the RIGHT box, but
> position that RIGHT box to the left by the size of that
> border. Whichever one is longer should have the border
> along it's entire length, I think. Could work for that
> third column as well - just add the another border-right
> on the middle box and the border-left on the third column's
> box, again, floated to the left the appropriate number of
> Jim C. (beginner in residence)
Beginner my hiney. ;-\
I could kick myself! (if I COULD kick myself, that is)
Assuming this pans out, it just might become a standard
techinque. I for one will be looking into this later.
Nice going, Jim!
Big 'real expert' John
PS--(Hmmm, I'll start with ten, no, fifteen columns... )
"What the world needs is a good bug ring"--Big John
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