I think the answer to this is "No" but is there any way to set any
relative measures in CSS like telling a div to set its bottom edge or
height to the value of another element like another div who's bottom
edge adjusts to the amount of content.
For instance, suppose I was creating content to go into a div by
retrieving it from a database using some server side code like php.
This would cause the div to expand to accommodate the data. Then
suppose I had another div next to it that I wanted to have the same
height. I can't tell it how high I want it to be because this will
be variable depending on the size of the first div. I'd like to say
"set the height the same as the first div" or "make the bottom of
this div the same as the first div."
I find myself quite often wanting to make logical statements like
this and not being able to figure out a work-around.
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