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    Hi,

    My site below has a right hand column with various links inside.
    http://www.clearancebathrooms.com/co...ors/doors.html

    I would like to make the 'rhc' div height expand and contract so that it always meets the footer, whatever page is viewed within the whole site.

    Is there a cunning css hack for this?

    Thanks
    Neil

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    Try this link

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    $result mysql_query("SELECT finger FROM hand WHERE id=3");
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    If that one soesn't tweak you, try this local one
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    $result mysql_query("SELECT finger FROM hand WHERE id=3");
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    well, thanks for those, but the problem I have is that I need to div to expand regardless of whether there is content inside it.

    When I add breaks or image it does behave fine and expands downwards.

    It just looks odd when the central content div is deep and the right hand column is nowhere to be seen.

    I'd just like the blue column to expand to finish off the aesthetics of the page ie. it needn't have text or content in it.

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    my solution came from here...

    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/fauxcolumns/

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