100 height minus header? I want to create a layout for an admin panel, but I dont know how to get the nav and content container always at 100 of the browser window.div class"clear"> <. I have a wrapper div which contans 2 divs next to each other. Above this container I have a div that contains my header. The wrapper div must be 100 minus the height of the header.
Your first instinct is to make the content height 100. This doesnt work because you have a header already there, so the height of your page is now 100 the height of your header. mainly i want to make my contentarea div will cover 100 width and height but minus will be header height. I have a wrapper div which contans 2 divs next to each other. Above this container I have a div that contains my header. The wrapper div must be 100 minus the height of the header. My problem is that divContent how has a height of 100 of the body. What I need it to do is take up the entire height of divBody minus the height of divHeader.The widht of header and content should be 100, but the height auto, so it actually adjusts to their real need within the body div youre using.
Expanding div to 100 height of page minus pixels. 100 height div scrolls up after resizing.Use a set height for your header, and use sticky footer to keep your footer a set height and aligned to the bottom as well. The space in between should then always be the right height. How to make a div take the remaining height html, body height: 100 width: 100 margin: 0 innerfixed height: Solution 3 CSS3 calc assign a height that is calculated from the total height minus the height of the other elements. This is an interesting solution for the sticky header I have a wrapper div which contans 2 divs next to each other. Above this container I have a div that contains my header. The wrapper div must be 100 minus the height of the header. Div height 100 and expands to fit content. Fixed Header/Footer Content height 100 cause undesired vertical Scrolling.content height: 100 of the body height, minus header footer . one position: absolute left: 0 top: 100px bottom: 100px two min- height: 100 background-color: red width: 100pxThis is no problem at all, and can be done as I described in my recent post, with a div with min-height: 100 inside an absolutely positioned div. body,htmlheight:100 wrapperheight:100padding-top: qwertyuiop headerheight: qwertyuiopposition:absolutetop:0left0
See the accepted answer to this question. i have a header
thats 71px tall. beneath that i have two
with their height set to 100. it works as expected the two