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div background with 2 floats not visible

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Problem is:
background of the preceding div is not shown if 2 floats are active. If
1 float is active the background is seen.
IE and Firefox behave both the same, so it is my fault. But what is
wrong with this code?


html file is:
<div class="midden">
<div class="indexkolom1">
<div class="indexkolom2">

Css file is:
body{font: 0.7em/1.5em verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif;color:black;

..midden{margin:1px 90px 0px 200px;background:url(achtergrond.jpg)
no-repeat #fdedee center}

Jan 15 '07 #1
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At first, to better understand what happens you can add

div { border:1px black solid; }

No you can see at least some thing :-) The problem is that all your
divs has zero height. Write

<div class="indexkolom1">1</div>
<div class="indexkolom2">2</div>

Floating boxes expanded, but not the "midden". Now add new rules to
the .midden class:

overflow: auto;
width: 100%;

Refer to the for more info.
- Alex.

Jan 16 '07 #2

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