I suggest that you insert a doctype and then run it through a
validator until you get no errors or warning and then analyse what you
are left with if you still have the problem.

On 15 November 2010 19:26, Scott <counterstre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
>
> http://pastie.org/1300351
>
> let me know what you think or if you have any suggestions to improve
> my code.
> (please exclude your opinions on standards compliance)
>
> - Scott
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