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IE6.0 rendering Issue

 
Mike Pandey
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Hi Guys,

I'm facing a very weird issue with vertical whitespace being displayed by IE 6.0 at the bottom on page rendering.
Basically, In my functionality I have a main div named id1 whose contents gets modified on the same page thru AJAX calls using Pagination links at the top and bottom of main div id1 area.
In between, while I get the response from Server, I display a Progress bar which i have positioned using insertadjacentHTML ('beforeEnd' prpty) with reference to the main div id1.
Now, If I make a AJAX call from the bottom pagination links in which case the scrollbar is at the bottom and "the contents to be displayed are less" I get a vertical blank space at the bottom for IE 6.0

My layout consists of a form, with 2 tables inside it.
The div I'm talking is inside the bottom table and has other small tables too enclosed inside it.

Pls help.
 
Rusty Smythe
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I need more info in order to help you, i.e., code.

Check it: Post Real Code
 
Tim McGuire
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I think anyone who wanted to help would need to see the code or have a look at the page it is generating. Is the page live somewhere I could look at it?

Second, have you used the IE developer toolbar? It is indespensible for solving this type of problem because it will outline and identify all the block content you have on your page.
 
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