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Floating fieldsets for multi-column forms

Sent by David Hucklesby on 15 March 2006 18:06

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On Wed, 15 Mar 2006, Gunlaug S=F8rtun wrote:

>>> Try adding a 'hasLayout' trigger... #contentPanel {height: 100%;}
Ann Adamcik responded:

>> That helps a lot!  I've read  the hasLayout info a couple of times
>> and it just didn't make sense to me.  Time to look at it again and
>> hope my eyes don't glaze over this time.   ;>

Gunlaug S=F8rtun wrote back:
> The 'hasLayout'[1][2] concept doesn't really make sense to me either 
> but that's mostly because it's really "a proprietary and buggy concept 
> built into an absurdly buggy browser".
> The IE-team say they are working hard to get the whole 'hasLayout'
> concept out of future IE/win versions, but that they don't expect to be
> able to get rid of it for IE7 final.
Interestingly, the IE developer toolbar[1] includes a DOM inspector that 
indicates if an element "hasLayout"! So-- it's a feature, not a bug! :-D

Cordially, David
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David Hucklesby, on 3/15/2006

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