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    Senior Member jlgosse's Avatar
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    Alright, so I'm finally doing a "stretch-able" layout, using PHP, CSS, and cookies.

    Click Here to view what I have right now.

    The design isn't the worry, I just want the stretch and shrink to work PERFECT.

    Now, my question is, why can't I get the 100% width to work properly in Firefox, using this PHP method? Right now I have it set at 98% I'm pretty sure.

    Thanks.


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    Isn't it done with javascript?


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    Looks fine to me...
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    Well, you can steal the code if need be, but when I make the Expand button bring it to 100%, the 100% is larger than the page in Firefox, and fits okay in IE.

    Is it a margin/padding issue or anything?


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    I haven't looked at your code, but there are issues with how 100% is interpreted between Moz/FF and IE. Sometimes it's 100% of the body width, sometimes it's 100% of the containing block's width, minus padding.
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    It looks fine to me too.
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    I know it looks fine with the exception of the 100%. I wish I had 100% and not 98%.

    I'm going to fix it later, if possible.



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