> On Behalf Of John Faulds

>> *Sometimes* I find this works:
>> #parent {overflow: auto;}

> You need to combine that with a width for it to work in IE. 

I think it is a hasLayout issue, so it is possible to make it work without
having to declare a width (using zoom:1 for example).

> You might also  
> find in some situations that you need to use oveflow: hidden as auto will

> create scrollbars.

I agree. The thing to watch for though is if there is a IE min-height hack
(_height) involved...

Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com

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