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  • Sorry about my poor english…
    I have a problem whith my CSS. If an article is shorter than the right menu, the background image is shorter than the menu. Can you help me?
    See an example in my links page

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  • this is a usual bug with css, and you can find the answer here:

    i can’t find the answer….

    You can set min-height: 150em; in your css. (Probably with the #rap tag)

    it doesn’t work ByteWarrior

    Mark (podz)


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    #rap {
    margin-left: auto;
    margin-right: auto;
    width: 749px;
    height: 1000px;
    If that results in a long column, it works, and you can adjust ?
    This *will* affect your main blog too, and anything else that uses your css file.
    If it works though, you could create #rap2 for instance with a setting just for your links page ?

    doesn’t work podz
    help please!!

    This is Houston. There are a couple of solutions. Flight recommends that you restyle with a bg that backs both the menu and content in the color you want the content. Then restyle the menu with the menu bg on top. This avoids min-height (or height) which is unsupported in IE. The clever bit is that the height of the longer part (the menu) is pushing down the bg color of the shorter bit *the content*. Cool huh? Please do not ask for 3 color solutions yet! 🙂 HTH.

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