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NS 7.0 vs IE, div height, and overflow:auto

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I have a page at http:\\www.probuild.com\test\scrollsheet.html that
works as desired under IE 5.5+. (See screen shot at
www.probuild.com\test\ie55.gif.
However, when viewed with NS7.0, the height of the div containing the
table on the right doesn't expand to accomodate the inner table. (See
www.probuild.com\test\ns70.gif).

My intent here is to create a fixed left hand legend and a
horizontally scrollable table to the right. (I shift the right hand
table left with position:relative to hide the repeated first column).

Does anyone know how to solve this without settting a specific height
for the div? I want it to be dynamic... number of table rows and the
length (hence the wrap) of the table data in the first column are
variable.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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ak***@mindspring.com (Alan) wrote in message news:<3e**************************@posting.google. com>...
I have a page at http:\\www.probuild.com\test\scrollsheet.html that
works as desired under IE 5.5+. (See screen shot at
www.probuild.com\test\ie55.gif.


I tried it with NS 7.1 and it works as desired, so I think I will
accept what I have. .5% of our user base is using NS of any type (we
are fee-based).. and this page will only get used by <5% of the user
base.
Jul 20 '05 #2

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