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The 'DIV Challenge'

Sent by Egor Kloos on 16 March 2006 15:03


Yeah, that's not going to work. I suggest you create a lightgreen
background image with the borders and repeat the image along the 'y' axis.
Get rid of the #borders, #left_shadow, #right_shadow boxes, they don't add
any value to the content so why put them in there. Think web semantics.

That should at least get you almost there. This solution is light, easy
and works when printing as well. Good luck, hope it helps.

Egor Kloos
http://dutchcelt.nl/


> Hi
> My problem is with this style of layout: http://elektroniikka.org/test/
> Opera / Firefox are showing this page right, but when there is too much
> text, text wiil go over footer. IE puts footer to right and pages won't
> show right (its not big surprise).
>
> What im getting here is: When text reaches footer, it pushes footer down
> and shadow right/left comes down with it. I have been wroted this
> problem to couple of forums but anyone can't solve the problem.
>
> Best  regards
> "Learning to use divs"


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