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It works quite well for IE, but colapsed for FF. I can insert a dummy image to the variable length DIV to make it working, however I do not want to deal with images. Is any other elegant solution without involving images working for both browsers?
* :@element.count@ is name of variable which get numeric value at time of delivering a page to browser.
Thank you for the idea. I tried and it didn't work through. Anyway, I have a food for more research now. Could you point me on a reference you use? I use a good one, however it covers style, but display attribute.
<div id="holder"> <div id="div1">foo bar text that is long and long and long</div> <div id="div2">asdsad asd asd sad a sdsa d sad </div> <div id="div3">askljd laksj as ldj lkasjd kasd lsadkj sadk</div> </div> [/code]
Probably not what you want...but it is 1:30AM on a Friday and I am off to bed.