[thelist] CSS: making content appear at the bottom of parent container

VOLKAN ÖZÇELİK volkan.ozcelik at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 15:10:10 CDT 2005

Hi Theodore,

- You may give your content a fixed height and overflow auto (which
will display scrollbars for lenghty content, it that's OK for you)

- You may also dynamically adjust your container heights via js/DHTML.
However you should make sure your content is readable & accessible for
non-js browsers.

Other than these, nothing comes to my mind.


On 8/16/05, Theodore Serbinski <stanson at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi guys!
> need some help, got a design here i'm working on:
> now how can i attach that little fishy curvered image with that IOOS
> image to the bottom of it's parent div? i always want it to be on the
> bottom of the div even if the content is too short (how it is now)
> and if the content is much longer to have it expand with it?
> thanks!
> ted
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