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    Hi, appears that copying through the forum is introducing unwanted code which was compounded by the conflict between UFT-8 and ANSI. I shall write up some virgin code and pass it on as an attachment, and yes the side column can be kept as a single unit as I twigged ten minutes after posting. Simply contain left and right rather than all three columns. Jim

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    Template as promised

    Hi, please find attached template which is saved in ANSI format. Also included template2 which has been saved in UFT-8 format. Should not have any problem with stability now so it is simply a case of adding your preferred doctype and charset to the appropiate document. Jim
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    Sammy12, I checked out your solution and I tried the same thing (created paragraphs) in the "Main Content" div but it won't budge. It doesn't go down vertically.

    Any ideas?

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    Smile

    Alright folks.

    Thank you very much to all for your input. It seems I was able to do what I was intending on using a completely different method.

    I applied a fixed height to the wrapper div. Then displayed the sidebar div as a table and the body div as a table-row. As soon as I applied 100% height on both, viola! The sidebar div came straight down to the footer, occupying the height of the wrapper. To test it, I increased the height of the wrapper and the sidebar div followed

    I consider this to be the closest solution to the problem I was having. I think the only real way of accomplishing what I originally intended to do is through javascript. I guess I can look into that in the future.

    I just hope this method doesn't have any serious rendering issues in the different browsers.

    I guess we can mark this thread as closed and resolved!


 
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