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    Netscape 100% HEIGHT in N6 makes IFRAME disappear!

    I recently (with help) adjusted my iframe to have 100% height. But now the iframe won't show up in Netscape 6. When I remove the 100%, it shows up...but (of course) doesn't look right.

    Anyone else have this problem...or better yet, a solution!?

    <iframe name="content" id="content" style="position:relative; width:100%; height:100%" src="blank_page.html" scrolling="auto" frameborder="0"></iframe>

    The page in question is HERE...this is one of the iframe targets.
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    this has been a known bug as of v6.0. I'm not sure whether it was fixed in 6.2 or later.

    Sorry I don't have any particulars with me, but last time I checked in at the Bugzilla site, there was an interesting thread about the bug (and approx 87,000 others too!).

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    Hmmm, bugs!?

    Well, anyone else have any insight on this matter?

    What work-around might you suggest!? I really need the 100% height. Should I make separate lines for IE and N6+? Some sort of browser detection? I want it as simple and cross-browser as possible.

    Any help!?!?!?
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    <BUMP>
    glenngv or Vladdy?

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    Anyone? Anything?

    If the bug exists, then what workaround can I use!?
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    Bump...again and again....
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    Sorry, but I'll probably bump until I find a solution.
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    Originally posted by Gordo
    Sorry, but I'll probably bump until I find a solution.
    A bug is a bug. Unless you want to dynamically assign a pixel value, there is no way of overcoming this bug. Bumping this thread will not help it, nor is it a very respectful thing to do. Once or twice is understandable, but not 4 times.

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    Sorry, I knew I was pushing it. Had this been for one of my general web sites, I'd have dropped it some time ago. But this one is for one of my corporate clients.

    I guess what I was hoping to get was code that would make N6+ bypass the <iframe> code that is used for IE. I'd need some sort of browser sniffer that would allow me to put alternative iframe code for N6+ -- sans the 100% portion.
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