Thanks. The Fix There is no elegant fix for this bug. It utilizes the !important declaration to make it work. The ideas and work done on these designs started with designs by Big John from positioniseverything and Paul O'Brien. have a peek at this web-site
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But you are correct. As far as I've seen, you always have to set the height/width of the container that you want to overflow, so you need to set them. Tested within VS and on the server; it 's working fine on IE, Firefox and Chrome. Anything that can be ascribed to it can be ascribed to the td.
Let me demonstrate. You will need an inner div for the footer as well to do this, otherwise all the other divs needed are present. Thank you! Ie Div Height Here comes the new version: