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    get pages height

    i want to use a iframe or php include to open a page in a cell. The problem is when I do it ALL the cells to the left and right of the center iframe cell expand with it causing the layout to explode. This only happens in IE. In Firefox I just set the height and width to the cells I didn't want to resize and left the ones I did want to resize blank. Is there any way I can get the height of a page then print it out to a single cell to fix this problem in IE? Or is there a way to lock cells from resizing due to content in IE?

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    Of course there is, more than one. Every attribute, property, and style available for every element are documented, just look them up on msdn.
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    yes well i looked up some stuff and it seamed quite possible but i suck real real bad with javascript, probebly because i dont know ANY javascript. Can i get a good kick in the rite direction from someone?

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    i was looking around that page for some info but it seams that its all for windows servers, unless im mistaken? to clarify im using a apache server so the windows based stuff wont work i wouldnt imagine. Any other places for me to look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiznatix
    i dont know ANY javascript. Can i get a good kick in the rite direction from someone?
    Sure, just look up (links atop this forum).

    Quote Originally Posted by shiznatix
    i was looking around that page... Any other places for me to look?
    Sure, start in the Web Development section, and choose a sub-section (such as HTML and Dynamic HTML).
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