On 28/03/07, Gunlaug SÃ¸rtun [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> If I understand you correctly, then the answer is: yes.
> No need to set height on fixed headers and footers, but if they grow too
> tall they may make the "framed" area in between a bit hard to get to -
> especially on small windows/screens.
> Old example...
> ...where header and footer resizes with font size - or rather with the
> size of their own content when subjected to font resizing.
Thanks, but looks a little not the same that I want ;)
I've modified that example a litte - add more text in the header. Then
it becomes very wide and it's wrapped to several lines (this is
dynamic size in my understanding) - looks bad.
This is most that I want: http://files.rsdn.ru/20380/tc-hack.html
It has major problems - it works only in IE 6 (maybe 7), only in
quirks mode. It uses a table, not div-css-only.
But it works as I want:
- scrollbars appear inside scrollable area
- each block can have any size of content.
If possible - block will be resized to appropriate size, otherwise -
scrollbars appear. In my example navigation and content blocks
So, is it possible to do something like this, but more reliable (at
least to work in Standard Ð¡ompliant mode).
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