View Full Version : Problem with setting container div background to white

10-29-2007, 02:16 AM

I'm having a problem setting the container div background colour to white.

Website (http://nath.jay0.com/gamingwebsite/)
CSS (http://nath.jay0.com/gamingwebsite/master.css)

I want the height of the #maincontent & #leftside divs to be expandable depending on content, so i set the 'height: 100%'. But this leaves a gap if one of the columns has more content than the other.

This gap would be covered up if the #container div's background-color: #fff however the white is not showing up. I figured this had something to do with the height on the #container div not being exact (as you can see the its set to 100% as well), but i need the container to be expandable as well..

Any ideas?


10-29-2007, 02:25 AM
I'm having this problem in Firefox, IE7 seems fine. Not sure about any other browsers.

(Edit button wasnt working)

10-29-2007, 02:29 AM
Problem solved, fiddled a bit, and now its fixed. Don't know the exact reason why.

10-29-2007, 02:31 AM
Container looks white to me.

Clear your cache and try it again, or try it locally after clearing the cache.

If you need an Image to confirm, send me a pm or email, but the white goes coast to coast.

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