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[whatwg] auto iframe height was: Re: Sandboxing ideas

From: Magnus Gasslander <mg@opera.com>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 22:51:17 +0200
Message-ID: <4648CBC5.3090609@opera.com>
Gervase Markham skrev:
> Magnus Gasslander wrote:
>> I see you have done some work to prevent reflow loops with percentage 
>> root heights > 100%, but how does your patch handle an iframe 
>> document that looks like this? (I can think of nastier testcases 
>> also, where "bottom"  is embedded further down in the document)
>
> That sounds like an excellent question to ask in the bug :-) (I didn't 
> write the patch.)

:) The point I wanted to make (although not very clearly i admit) was 
that there are several concerns wrt behaviour that might need to be 
discussed before recommending this behaviour, such as content with 
%heights > 100%, %heights < 100% combined with other blocks, negative 
bottom/right alignment and maybe more such as relation between auto 
widths and auto heights.

I realize that the CSS forum might be an even better place to discuss 
this, but I thought it would be good to raise the flag while the topic 
was discussed.

/Magnus
Received on Monday, 14 May 2007 13:51:17 UTC

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