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Desdinova
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I usually didn't have too much problems with it, but right now I encounter a problem I have seen in my younger days (not that much days ago).

It's best to use links;

the site:
http://www.leegstandsbeheer.nl/_new2/index.php?mID=9

the css:
http://www.leegstandsbeheer.nl/_new2/css/style.css

on the page, make sure you get yourself a scrollbar in FF by resizing the window. A gap is created underneath.

I tried some things to fix it but I can't seem to get it right.. shorter pages go fine though.

any thoughts? Smile

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I feel sad and depressed

I feel sad and depressed *sigh*

If you had read this:

http://www.csscreator.com/node/20471

You would have seen that non-IE browsers need display:table to work on the pagecontainer (you call it container). Ie dosn't support display:table, just as well it doesn't need it!

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haha sorry CT. I'm not much

haha sorry CT. I'm not much of a tutorial person when I know quite some things already. Plus, I didn't expect this answer to be found in your tutorial.

It works, and I haven't ever used it before.. I wonder if I have 100% height sites somewhere that only work half.

Anyway, merci bien Smile

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