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This is great! but.... I'm having a problem in IE7 I have my page setup so there is a left side div with the site navigation and the content area is right beside it in another div. When you scroll the page doesn't grab the entire div that contains both, it only selects the left nav div of it and scrolls that. It works great in all other browsers. Is there any known fixes for this?

Any help would be greeeattt! Thanks
(23.10.2009, 17:48)

great job Stu!
really on the best sides around..
Congratulations, really.
(28.12.2009, 17:56)

Nice Work. It works fine even in Chrome

I have implemented similar functionality for Table. Pls have a look and provide your suggestions
(27.09.2010, 14:16)

Sorry to point this out, but this layout doesn't validate as CSS (breaks on the word-wrap property). Not a massive issue for most, but it does pose something of a problem if valid CSS is required.
(22.11.2011, 22:49)

This is a CSS3 style and not yet part of the validation.
(23.11.2011, 21:43)

I have a page using this for the header, however when I set up and click on an anchor point, the header disapears.
(13.01.2012, 19:39)

Chuck Baggett:-
The header and footer cover part of the scrollbar, and the scrollbar goes all the way to the top and bottom of the screen, rather than being confined to the space between the header and footer.
(04.11.2012, 01:54)

You need to look at other layouts such as
(04.11.2012, 08:11)

very horrible
(17.05.2016, 21:29)

This is 11 years old so is not suitable for layouts today. There are much better ways to do this using the latest css styles.
(17.05.2016, 22:09)

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