So I've been working on a project the involves a table cell being
scrollable. Firefox is not too friendly with height:100% when the
parent element does not have a fixed height. (basically height:100% of
height:auto = height:auto). From what I hear (and I don't want to
start a standards compliance debate) firefox is following the rules
but I'm not happy with it. IE, Chrome and Safari are rendering the
desired results, I could care less who is doing it 'right'.
This is more of a css issue but I'm pasting it here because I used the
prototype library to aid me in my solution.
let me know what you think or if you have any suggestions to improve
(please exclude your opinions on standards compliance)
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