Re: CSS: %% length unit and HTML's MultiLength unit.

They are using weight coefficients model - calculate them with respect of
total weights value.

In my case "auto" works as sum of all %% along axis could be less than 100.

I have some doubts about sum of all %% > 100, though. I guess that in this
case schema transforms into weights model. Which is also not bad.

Andrew Fedoniouk.

I really like the solution:
<body style="height:100%">
<div id=navbar style="height:30px">...</div>
<div id=content style="height:100%%">...</div>
<div id=sitemap>...</div>
simple and obvious.

> Andrew Fedoniouk wrote:
> > I've found that HTML 4.0 specification already has concept of %% units.
> >
> > Name of these units is *MultiLength*
> MultiLength is more like a XUL-like constraint model than what you
>   Note that you can't have "auto" widths with a multilength -- you have to
> specify an absolute or relative length for every item in your set.
> -Boris

Received on Tuesday, 11 May 2004 01:03:50 UTC