Yes I indeed mean height.. a mistake ;)
Well, I tried putting the elements in another one #wrapper. It still works
fine in Firefox, but IE still refuses... When I removed the height: 100%
from the #nav it resizes to the amount of content within it and when I add
it, it uses the height of the actual browser window. I don't think it
matters wether the #header or #container is seperated.. It however did clean
up some of the code!
I'm still lost though! can't seem to find a solution for it.
I hope someone can help me out.
On 2/15/06, Els [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Lowen Fan wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've asked his before with a other website which was relying
> > on floats... But now I have the problem with an absolute
> > positioned element.
> > If you look at http://www.omniradius.nl you see it works fine
> > in Firefox, but in IE it's using the 100% browser width
> You mean 100% browser *height*, right?
> > instead of just stretching the rest of the page. The other
> > time I had this problem, i just had to remove the height:100%
> > rule from the #container, but since this site is different of
> > course I need a different solution.
> Well, you've set your #container to be 100% height. But there's a
> #header above the container.
> I think you want to wrap the #container and the #header together
> in another element and give that one 100% height instead.
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