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    Senior Member tekp's Avatar
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    Ok.

    http://tekp.com

    The top bit of the page doesn't stretch all the way down as it should do (open the link in the top right if the scrollbar isn't there).

    There is probably a reasonable and easy explenation, but as height:100%; doesn't work, does anybody have any ideas?

    Note: i can't use pixel-based measurements because I want my layout to be liquid.
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    Senior Member glyakk's Avatar
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    Not really sure where the problem is? Everything seems fine to me. Care to elaborate a bit more on the problem..

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    Are you setting the 100% height via HTML or CSS? If HTML, then try CSS as I had the same problem but CSS sorted it for me
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    I think what he means is, if you go to http://tekp.com/home.php , you will see that the scrollbar doesn't reach all the way down to the navigation at the bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy
    I think what he means is, if you go to http://tekp.com/home.php , you will see that the scrollbar doesn't reach all the way down to the navigation at the bottom.
    If that is the case you already have a rule that sets the height of that element's(.lay_topleft) containing element(.lay_top) set to 65%. Simply give .lay_topleft the same height value and it should fix up your problem..

    When you specify values in percentages, such as 100%, you have to pay attention to the container because it will scale to 100% of its containers height(or width) no matter if there are other elements that also must use that same room. It does not simply fill up all 'left over' space. Unfortunaly that makes it difficult to mix static and liquid values.


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    Yes, that's what I mean - sorry for not explaining

    But I thought height:100%; didn't work...
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    height: 100% is not going to work in this case, use height: 65% for .lay_topleft, that should fill up the gap, you currently have it set to 50%.


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    Ok i've done that and it works

    But the top right one is set to 90% and its not all the way down.

    I think the topleft ones 65% is relevant to the whole page, and the topright one is only relevant to the top bit.
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