Hello All - Yes the age-old minimum height delimma has come to haunt me. I usually stay away from anything that cannot be done in IE 6 without a hack, but I've got a client who loves a design I did before I realized that the main container would need to be held open vertically under
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Sorry, I hit the send button before I included the link. Here it is: http://terashock.terapad.com/index.cfm?fa=contentJobs.positionList So, in FF, the content div opens up fine. In IE using Stu's hack, the dots graphic is there but the content is nailed at 500px. Thanks again to all.
Hi Cole, Had a look at your page and I think the problem is the overflow:hidden applied to #container (skin.css line 18). You should see the rest of the content if you remove that line. If overflow:hidden is absolutely necessary then you could just remove the height values. IE will expand
I usually stay away from anything that cannot be done in IE 6 without a hack, but I've got a client who loves a design I did before I realized that the main container would need to be held open vertically under certain circumstances. So, now I'm kinda stuck - can anyone help? Hi Cole, You can
Your assumption is wrong. Screen readers read the text enclosed by the label element, not their 'for' attribute. I am not aware of any circumstances under which any screen reader reads the 'for' attribute for a label element, so it should be safe to use your colleague's solution. Steve Green