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- Strange(?) CSS behavior
November 1, 2007, 5:28 pm
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an 800px to 1024px window. If you go to
<http://www.breastthermographyevaluation.com in IE6, view the page in a
1024 X 768 resolution sized window, then increase to full screen, you can
observe the right column shrink in height. The first two columns increase.
Ed Jay (remove 'M' to respond by email)
Re: Strange(?) CSS behavior
All you see, is that the container of the three columns comes up, the
bottom touching the left column. The left column height is not
increasing when you make the window wider.
There is one point where the columns get higher while widening the
screen (around 1032px width), which is when the max-width kicks in and
the container of the three columns goes from full-width to your
max-width, which is less than the full width at that point, leaving
space on either side.
The reason for the right column to shrink faster than the left column,
is that there aren't as many line-breaks in the content of it.
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