From: "Kenoli Oleari" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Can someone point me to some CSS code that works in IE Windows
> with other browsers) for creating a three column fluid and equal
> height layout where columns all adjust to the same length based on
> the one with the longest content and adjust fluidly with the browser
> window in the horizontal direction? I'd rather have real "columns"
> than the "faut" layout using background colors.
This technique is simple to deploy and allows you to style each column
as you please:
arguably no less natural than CSS hacks :-)
> An additional question. Is there some way to get a dive to shrink
> fluidly to a size smaller that an image in the div?
Depends. Height + overflow hidden, clipping, and max-height are all
potential solutions. It depends on exactly the effect you are seeking.
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