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Overlapping content in floated column

Posted on 2007-12-04
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I have a website that lays out three main columns using float:right. The layout works well except when the center content is short then content in the outer columns overlaps the footer, rather than stretching all three columns. It looks really odd and i have tried all sorts of repeating background and overflow tricks to fix it but to no avail. Does anyone know how i can fix this:
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Question by:alex_wareing
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you've got a height set on your #rightBar

Removing it fixed the issue for me in FF2
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