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jQuery Accordion inside of jQuery Tabs? Problem In IE7

Posted on 2009-05-14
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I'm currently having a problem with the jQuery UI accordion that is inside one of the jQuery UI Tabs.

This problem is only happening in IE7 and if you over over the messed up area it fixes it self. Kinda weird. Has anyone had a similar problem?

I have attached a photo of my problem.
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I was able to fix this issue by adding an inline style to the accordion div.

style="height:100%;'
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