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100% height

Thread began 8/04/2009 10:35 am by gmalho316458 | Last modified 8/05/2009 2:54 am by gmalho316458 | 2127 views | 5 replies |

gmalho316458

100% height

Hi,
How do I manage to get a full height table/DIV in CSS Sculptor?

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Brad Lawryk

Not clear on what you mean by full height, but on the first page of the wizard there is a check box for 'equal columns'. That may be what you are looking for?

Brad

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gmalho316458

Hi Brad,

I mean to have a table or DIV that fits full browser height when you maximize it.
I can usually do this by hand like: #container = min-height: 100%;' and I thought CSS Sculptor would have this feature on a simpler way and fully customizable...
Thanks

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Brad Lawryk

A workaround may be to add a full width footer through the first page of the UI. Then make the footer invisible?

Brad

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

CSS Sculptor does not expose the min-height property, you will need to add this manually after the layout has been created.

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gmalho316458

I tryed and it doesn`t work. But thank you for your support.
All the best!

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