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Tabbed panels fall behind footer div in IE7, min-height not working

Thread began 5/20/2010 6:59 am by thomas.marks397900 | Last modified 5/20/2010 6:59 am by thomas.marks397900 | 1919 views | 0 replies |


Tabbed panels fall behind footer div in IE7, min-height not working

Hi there,

I'm grinding to a holt on a solution to this. I'm creating a contact page with three dreamweaver spry tabbed pannels in it. I need the page to auto-adjust it's height for each pannel's height. It works beautifully in most browsers except IE7, god forbid IE6 - but let's not even go there!

I've tried min-height on almost every <div> within the container div, but to no avail. Applying it to the container <div> works, but only as a standard for all tabs, not what I want.

I'm not sure how to demonstrate this to you save give you the address in the hope you can view all the necessary data through a web developer tool:


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