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Getting Div to expand with Javascript - Yahoo YUI Tree

Posted on 2007-11-27
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I use a YAHOO YUI TREE element to provide a tree navigation for my products.

Unfortunately, when I expand the tree the containing div is not expanding with it.

Any suggestions?

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height: 100% on the containing <div> tag did the trick.
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