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Asp.net Panel height not working with percentage (%)

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I am developing asp.net(2.0) AJAX enabled website. In my page i am having gridview inside panel. My Page height and width are assigned with percentage.
The problem is that the panel height is working only with pixel. I do not want set the height in pixel because while resizing it will be static. How to set panel height in percentage (%).
If the gridview has more no of rows it is breaking my page. panel scrollbar is already set to auto. i want to restrict the height of the panel with in the window. Is working fine with pixel. how to solve this issue with percentage.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.  
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rodmjay earned 230 total points
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this is a strange thing with html in general... try this...

set the html to height: 100%
set the body height: 100%
set the form height: 100%

and any other element between your panel and the form
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Thanks a lot jay. This really sucks for me long time. u done it.
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