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How to make a DIV's height 100%?

Thread began 12/05/2009 11:01 am by keithlogan347721 | Last modified 12/08/2009 3:00 pm by keithlogan347721 | 2367 views | 7 replies

neilo

Hi Keith,

You can force the div (content2) to properly 'contain' all of it's contents, with a snippet of code, immediately before the closing div tag for that div. The code is:

<br style="clear:both; height:0; font-size: 1px;line-height: 0px" />


and you should put it in your page code here:

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<br style="clear:both; height:0; font-size: 1px;line-height: 0px" />
</div>



You would then just need to click 'return' after the last word in your right column, to make things fine in IE.

Might be worth a try on your page, if not, it's a useful bit of code to keep handy whenever you need a div to 'contain' its contents properly!

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