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Page Length in IE7

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I'm having a problem with the lower section of my webpages getting "cut-off" in IE (6 and 7).

Basically, on one of the pages, a table containing 20 documents is displayed. Below this, a navigation menu is located with numbers 1...20 so users can navigate between pages of document listings. This displays fine in firefox but gets cut off in IE. I know all the HTML code is there because I can see it in the source code.

The same problem happens when a DIV expands over a certain length. For example, a user can enter a description of a project and click 'Submit'. On the following page, they are asked to confirm these details but if the description is very long, the rest of the project details (such as manager, target dates) and the confirm/undo buttons are 'cut off'.

If I place a lot of <BR> tags in the code, the page will be long enough, but obviously I would much prefer if the page would resize dynamically.

I imagine that the DIV structure or some such is the problem but I can't think why.

Any help would be great, thanks.
Apr 9 '08 #1
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The website is based on an intranet.

I described the problem as best as I could, would screenshots help?
Apr 9 '08 #3

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You can use though.
Apr 9 '08 #4

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I'm denied access to at work!
Apr 10 '08 #5

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