I have an issu with my css, I hope someone can help!
I have a sidebar showing news and twitter messages.
This sidebar has a background-color and 2 rounded corners.
I want the height of the sidebar to grow if the rest of the page grows.
But at the moment the side-bar has a float:right;
and height:100%; doesn't seem to work on a floating div.
If I give sidebar a position:relative; and a left:660px; without the floating, the height:100% works and the background of the sidebar does what I want.
But then the content drops to below the content of the floating div next to it. Which - of course - I don't want.
here's the link:
You'll want to spend some time Googling "equal height columns." Personally, I think your site looks fine with the shorter right column, so I'd leave it as is!
thanks for the link, I'll check it out.
And yes, so far it looks fine, but once the pages get filled, they might get a bit longer and that wil result in white 'gap' that i do not want...
THANKS, looks like that link is exactly what I need.
(I haven't put it in my css yet, but it seems to be the answer I was looking for)