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Thread: CSS column problem

  1. #1
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    Every1 in Scotland duz it

    CSS column problem

    I have 2 columns. column left is the navigation and a login. they are wrapped in a left float named leftColumn. The right column is content and there is a footer at the botton which is cleared.

    the left column has a background color and if there is lots of content the left column doesnt follow it down. there is white space under the left column. Id like the left column to expand down if there is more and more content showing.

    anyway way to fix this?

    cheers

  2. #2
    hmm I know what youre saying.. it doesnt continue down like the td in a tr would..
    The way I get around this is to put a background colour on the container div and then a different background colour on the content area - thereby giving the impression that the nav column continues down..

  3. #3
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    Every1 in Scotland duz it
    shweet. ty. worked like a charm

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