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  1. No! I'm sorry! It worked! I thought I need to set float:right, because of the layout. But you were absolutely right!Man, you really know all the answers, and they even fit all my questions ;-)Thanks alot!
  2. Mhh..that 'kind' of works.. The content is here now, but the footer is not positioned underneath the rest in IE. It's laying over the content now...
  3. I have a strange problem in IE again. On top, there is a banner. Underneath are two DIVs: leftSide and rightSide. LefSide contains a menu and an image.RightSide contains the content.Now, I want to add a footer:#footer { clear:both: height: 39px;}In FF it works like it should (like always...) In IE not (like always...). In IE, the content disappears!!! It's not somewhere else, it's simply GONE! Do you have any idea why this is happening!? Am I missing another IE-Hack I have to use?? Thanks for any help!!
  4. socken

    IFRAME height

    Yeah, that's what I've seen so far too... this really su**s.. Well, never mind. I think I just set the height of the iframe to 300% (which works in IE) so all pages will fit in it.Like I said, it's not for me, it's for someone else who wants it like this. So I don't care too much Thanks!
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    IFRAME height

    The content in the IFRAME...If it expands, I want the iframe to expand as well. The page can get as long as it wants.
  6. socken

    IFRAME height

    OK, I'm kind of reposting my problem here. I had problems with the iframe width, now I have something...similar: iframe height Please have a look at this page: Sample PageAnd don't laugh, it's just a test! I want the iframe to expand to the size of the content.I know that's not supposed to work, and i know it's ugly! But it's not for my, I wouldn't choose iframes in the first place.But hey, I'm here to stimulate your creativity! So if you have any suggestions.... SHOOT!I think I might have to use ajax!? Or javascript!? Any ideas???
  7. Hallelujah!!It defintely works in FF + IE. I used the following method:For Firefox, I set #content { min-height: 500px;} because IE doesn't understand that, I use this 'hack': * html #content { height:500px; } Thanks again for your help! You lead me on the right path
  8. Well, I certainly can't wait till everybody switches to IE7.0 BUT: I just read on the selfHTML-Forum, that in IE, height is somehow doing what min-height does.. Well, or something like that..I think it works.
  9. There's an idea:I just set min-width of the content to a fixed value. Works perfect in FF. AGAIN, Like always: NOT IN IE!!!Ah, I think...I only think, this programs su**s more than any other thing from Micro$oft...
  10. OK, thanks again!I guess I'm not allowed to post links in here. Can I send you a PM with a link?!Would really like to show what I'm talking about. I'm shure you can help me! I've been trying to solve this one for WEEKS now!!
  11. Hi, thanks alot for your explanations. Actually, that's not the same page I'm talking about But, I do have the same problem on both pages! What exactly does the overflow option do? When I set it to auto that is....
  12. On a test-page, as soon as I set the position of the content to absolute, the footer gets overriden. I need to set it to absolute, so I can use 'left: 300px' and the menu doesn't get touched by the content. is there something I should beware of?!?Thanks for any help!!
  13. socken

    IFrame width

    This is my css so far... Don't laugh at the style, it's certainly not going to stay like this #body { margin-left: 0; padding: 0; max-width: 95%;}#header { margin: 5px; padding: 10px 5px 10px 5px; border: 1px dotted blue; font-size: xx-large;}#menu{ float: left; width: 230px; margin-left: 5px; padding-top: 0;}#navigation { font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-weight: bold; width: 12em; padding: 0; background-color: #fafa28; margin-bottom: 10px;}#navigation ul { list-style: none; margin: 0; padding: 0; border-bottom: 1px solid black;}#navigation ul li { margin: 0; border-top: 1px solid black; border-left: 5px solid black; border-right: 1px solid black;}#navigation ul li a:link, #navigation ul li a:visited { display: block; padding: 5px 2px 5px 0.5em; color: black; text-decoration: none; width: 100%; }#navigation ul li a:hover { display: block; padding: 5px 2px 5px 0.5em; color: black; text-decoration: none; width: 100%; border-left: 10px solid black;}#rightSide { margin-left: 250px; left: 250px; margin-top: 0; padding-top: 0; height: 100%; max-width: 95%;}#subheader { border: 1px dotted blue; padding: 10px 5px 10px 5px;}#rightSide iframe{ width: 100%; height: 100%; border: 0; overflow: visible; margin-top: 10px;}#footer{ clear: both; width: 100%; border: thin dotted #0000FF; margin-top: 20px; padding: 5px;} and here are the important parts of the html: <div id="header">HEADER</div><div id="menu"> <div id="navigation"> <ul> <li><a href="http://www.google.ch>google</a></li> </ul> </div> <div id="navigation"> <ul> <li><a href="http://www.google.ch" target="content">Google</a></li> </ul> </div> <div id="navigation"> </div></div><div id="rightSide"> <div id="subheader"> SUBHEADER </div> <iframe src="http://www.google.ch" name="content" id="content"> frame </iframe> </div><div id="footer"> footer </div>
  14. socken

    IFrame width

    Continuying my monologe ;-)My solution does work, but like always : NOT IN IE!!!Doesn't IE undestand the margin-left tag!? Or do I have to set an additional align tag or something!? Please help me on this...
  15. socken

    IFrame width

    OK, I think I figured that one out! I just put the iframe in a div, and set the margin-left of that div to a fixed value. If I then set the width-value of the iframe to 100%, it only takes the space it has..Now my next problem: (not quite shure if this still fits here...)How can I adjust the height of the iframe!? It should take as much space as it needs, so no scollbars should be visible.
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