I am currently working on a web application, where I want the content to fill the height of the entire screen.
The page has a header, which contains a logo, and account information. This could be an arbitrary height. I want the content div to fill the rest of the page to the bottom.
I have a header
div and a content
div. At the moment I am using a table for the layout like so:
CSS and HTML
height: 100%; width: 100%
overflow: auto; /* or overflow: hidden; */
The entire height of the page is filled, and no scrolling is required.
For anything inside the content div, setting
top: 0; will put it right underneath the header. Sometimes the content will be a real table, with it's height set to 100%. Putting
content will not allow this to work.
Is there a way to achieve the same effect without using the
Elements inside the content
div will have heights set to percentages as well. So something at 100% inside the
div will fill it to the bottom. As will two elements at 50%.
For instance, if the header takes up 20% of the screen's height, a table specified at 50% inside
#content would take up 40% of the screen space. So far, wrapping the entire thing in a table is the only thing that works.
- asked 2 years ago
- B Butts