I am trying to understand the idea behind the min-height attribute in CSS. It works fantastic in FF, but in IE it falls to pieces (if only this was late breaking, shocking news and not general repetition!).
I’m trying to find a simple solution to this and read up on mezzonlue’s site something about padding – it all seems a bit confusing to me though, and I really want to understand it as well as apply it.
Here’s the code I have:
background: #994466 url(‘images/bgcontent.jpg’) repeat left;
border: 0px solid #666;
So how do I get it to work with IE and others, without going through a padding circus?
Thanks in advance
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