On 30/01/06, Ingo Chao [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Actually, I meant some sort of a solid element:
> <div id="ibase">
> <div class="apboxgluesolvent"><!----></div>
> This does work with a fixed-positioned footer. A fixed footer at the
> bottom would just take the space it needs, regardless of the presence or
> absence of any absolutely positioned box.
Ah-ha! Apologies, I'd misunderstood the way that that one was supposed to be
working. Both are now playing nicely with regards to that box. Thanks you
You cannot use the a.p. box to extend anything but the viewport.
> Therefore, your Jellow Mold design is not possible with a.p. elements.
In your original post, you said you were using the "Cookiecrook mod to
> Devnull's example" method of a position:fixed-emulating frame-alike
> footer for IE in quirks mode.
> I had re-builded this kind of footer on my testcase  from the link
> you provided.
> If I understand your design correctly, you are using a different
> technique. Your current technique does not emulate a fixed positioning,
> but I can be wrong.
Quite possibly. I am sur ethat was the one I ended up using, but I may have
done something wrong. I might try again and see if I can get it to work
right after a second try. I might use the code you've used on your page as a
starting point, and see if I can figure out why mine isn't doing what it
> Is there a way to clear absolute elements like the way
> > you can clear floats?
Fair enough. Didn't think so, but it doesn't hurt to ask. :)
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