Sent by Niek Emmen | Sebastian Webprojecten on 27 June 2005 15:03
Last week I posted a question, but nobody gave an answer. I don't know why (I surtenly do not have a
bad breath....), so I'll just give it another try: can somebody, pretty-please, have a look at this
I've got a problem with a table that has been stretched out to 100% height. In FF it works fine, but
in IE it is messed up (big surprise!).
The table consists of two rows, the height of the main-table is 100% and the height of top-row is
152px, the height of other row (the content-area) must be the height of the rest of the screen. So I
used 100% to do that.
IE makes the content-area as high as the viewport (browser-screen) with the result that the
'disclaimer'-link can only be found after using the scroll -bar.
Another side-affect is that on pages with a lot of content, the disclaimer-link isn't positioned on
the bottom of the page, but on the position where the content-area is as tall as the height of the
My files are at:
I hope someone can help, we've recently decided that we're going to build with the XHTML1.0
transitional standards and I can't find a solution for this problem.
Niek Emmen, Sitebouwer
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