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    Senior Member Blackhawk095's Avatar
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    I've been working on a website and everything has been going great, except for may main page. I created a div and tried to place it under the rest of my content, but when I did, my sub wrapper didn't expand to adjust to the extra content. Adding content hasn't been a problem so far. The sub-wrapper has always responded the way I wanted it to, but it won't work for this particular div.

    I have tried adjusting the positioning and height variables to see if one of them were set wrong and of course, It didn't work.

    I'm still getting used to building websites with divs and a lot of CSS, so my understanding of how to fix this is limited.

    Here are the links to my page and the CSS that goes with it:

    Website: ( http://www.my-testing-area.netne.net...ech_Index.html )
    CSS: ( http://my-testing-area.netne.net/TSA_Index_Style.css )
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    Senior Member Blackhawk095's Avatar
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    I figured out the issue. On my div#main, I set a min-height. That was affecting everything. It's fixed.
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    BlackHawk - thanks for posting the solution! Too often I see posts like "nevermind, I fixed it" and no explanation of how.
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