CSS min-height and height properties in IE7

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by plm22, Feb 2, 2006.

  1. plm22

    plm22 Guest

    Please can you ensure the css min-height and height properties work correctly.

    IE6 does not support 'min-height', but treats 'height' as 'min-height'
    should be treated. Currently I use the following hack:

    min-height:700px; height: expression('700px');

    to ensure standards compliant browsers use 'min-height', but only IE is
    affected by the 'height' property,

    IE7 does not seem to support 'min-height', but now seems to support 'height'
    properly. This would leave me at a loss on how to set min-heights in IE7.

    Thanks very much,

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