2 replies [Last post]
zero.count
zero.count's picture
Offline
newbie
Last seen: 18 years 12 weeks ago
Joined: 2004-05-21
Posts: 3
Points: 0

Looks like I have found the right place to solve this problem.

My site just won't wrap a container in Gecko engined browsers. It worked originally, then I had to fix it for IE but now it doesn't render properly in Firefox. Althought the page does work when the central column is higher than the side menus!?!

http://studentfu.com/links - page doesn't work
http://studentfu.com/ - page that works
http://studentfu.com/base.css - css

I have searched for numerous hacks to get it to work as you can probably see from the .css, I think that possibly too many hacks have broken something.

Thanks for any Help

co2
co2's picture
Offline
Leader
UK
Last seen: 14 years 17 weeks ago
UK
Joined: 2003-09-17
Posts: 721
Points: 0

container div not wrapping in Mozilla

Had a quick look and noticed you've specified a div height of 100% for the wrapper. However, you'll need to set the body heght to 100% also, for this to take effect:

* html,body
{
height: 100%;
}

Is this what you mean?

The next sentence is true. The previous sentence is false. Discuss...

zero.count
zero.count's picture
Offline
newbie
Last seen: 18 years 12 weeks ago
Joined: 2004-05-21
Posts: 3
Points: 0

container div not wrapping in Mozilla

I removed the height property from .wrapper and that fixed it. I think it was the height combined with float clearing hacks that screwed it up.

co2

Thanks, for the reply even though it wasn't needed but pointed me in the right direction.