> You should use http://www.mrec.state.ms.us/findrealtornew.asp, and enter
> Rankin for the county name to see the problem.
>> ... The problem is occurring with the Find Licensee. When entering a county
>> such as Rankin, which has a very long list of licensees, all of
>> the data is
>> sent to the page, but just after the H listings, the page goes white. If
>> you look at the source code, the data is there, but it is not displayed,
>> and the page is white where the data should be. Once the data ends, the
>> footer appears as it should.
>> In Firefox, there is a min-height and height:auto set on the main content
>> areas in order to keep the box on the right where it is, but no
>> is set, which is what the asp developer asked me about. For IE6/7, a
>> height has been set.
"large table doesn't get rendered all the way to the bottom"
This problem seems to be related on your overflow:auto setting in
#colorbarcontent /* advanced.css (line 223) */
Did not look into it, but I guess its about containing floats?
Remove that overflow and insert float:left, at least in firebug this
works for me.
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