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IE 7 overflow scrolling of relative positioned DIV (ANOTHER CASE)

Hi All,

I found the http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread644980.html discussion, but none of the proposed solutions worked for me.

Thanks in advance for your help!

* The site:

* The test scenario:
1) Click on the english flag (right bottom corner) to switch to English language
2) Click on the "My account" button (right top corner)
3) Play with the vertical scrolling bar

* The problem:
The "I have already an account" DIV defined into the scrollable content DIV is NOT scrolling with the rest of the content.

* The involved DIVs:

- contentdiv_registration_en = scrollable content DIV (overflow = auto)
- sectiontableheader_registration_form_en = first DIV scrolling well
- sectiontableheader_login_form_en = second DIV not scrolling

* The CSS involved files:

- The main one:

- The IE 7-specific one:
Aug 27 '07 #1
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