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Div resize TOP <Middle Resize> BOTTOM

Posted on 2009-07-02
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I'm having an issue getting the right div to allow the inside divs to resize.

It will resize, but I want the top to not exceed its outer div
and
The bottom div not to exceed its bottom.

The top one will list the messages, and the bottom will be a preview of the message.
[Messages]
<resize>
[Message]
<script type="text/javascript" src="shockeymonkey.js"></script>
 

<?

echo"
 

<script type=\"text/javascript\">
 

(function($){

$.fn.jqDrag=function(h){return i(this,h,'d');};

$.fn.jqResize=function(h){return i(this,h,'r');};

$.jqDnR={dnr:{},e:0,

drag:function(v){

 if(M.k == 'd')E.css({left:M.X+v.pageX-M.pX,top:M.Y+v.pageY-M.pY});

 else E.css({height:Math.max(v.pageY-M.pY+M.H,0)});

  return false;},

stop:function(){E.css('opacity',M.o);$().unbind('mousemove',J.drag).unbind('mouseup',J.stop);}

};

var J=$.jqDnR,M=J.dnr,E=J.e,

i=function(e,h,k){return e.each(function(){h=(h)?$(h,e):e;

 h.bind('mousedown',{e:e,k:k},function(v){var d=v.data,p={};E=d.e;

 // attempt utilization of dimensions plugin to fix IE issues

 if(E.css('position') != 'relative'){try{E.position(p);}catch(e){}}

 M={X:p.left||f('left')||0,Y:p.top||f('top')||0,W:f('width')||E[0].scrollWidth||0,H:f('height')||E[0].scrollHeight||0,pX:v.pageX,pY:v.pageY,k:d.k,o:E.css('opacity')};

 E.css({opacity:0.8});$().mousemove($.jqDnR.drag).mouseup($.jqDnR.stop);

 return false;

 });

});},

f=function(k){return parseInt(E.css(k))||false;};

})(jQuery);
 

$().ready(function() {

  $('#ex1').jqResize('.jqResize');

});

</script>
 

<html>

<head>

<style type=\"text/css\">

.mail_hdivide {background-color: #ffff00;border:0px solid black; height:1%;}

.mail_left {background-color: #ffff00;border:0px solid black; max-width:15%; width:15%; height:100%; float:left; position:relative; overflow:hidden; }

.mail_right {background-color: #0000ff;border:0px solid black; max-width:85%; width:85%; height:100%; float:right; position:relative; overflow:hidden;}

.mail_menu {background-color: #ff0000;border:0px solid black; height:5%;}

.mail_search {background-color: #ffcccc;border:0px solid black; height:5%; position:relative;}

.mail_inbox {background-color: #00ff00;border:0px dashed black; height:55%;}

.mail_info {background-color: #22ffcc;border:0px dashed black; height:40%;}

.mail_container {width:100%; height:95%; position:absolute; bottom: 0 !important;

bottom: -1px;}

.mail_messages {background-color: #220000;border:0px dashed black; width:100%; height:45%; overflow-y: scroll; scrollbar-arrow-color:

blue; scrollbar-face-color: #e7e7e7; scrollbar-3dlight-color: #a0a0a0; scrollbar-darkshadow-color:#888888; position: relative;}

.mail_message {background-color: #220000;border:0px dashed black; width:100%; height:100%; overflow-y: scroll; scrollbar-arrow-color:

blue; scrollbar-face-color: #e7e7e7; scrollbar-3dlight-color: #a0a0a0; scrollbar-darkshadow-color:#888888; position: relative;}

.mail_container2 {background-color: #ccffff;border:0px dashed black; width:100%; height:55%; overflow:hidden position: relative;bottom: 0 !important;

bottom: -1px;}

.mail_container3 {background-color: #ccffff;border:0px dashed black; width:100%; height:95%; overflow:hidden; position: absolute;}
 

.jqHandle {

   background: red;

}
 

.jqResize {

   height: 5px;

   position: relative;

   cursor: se-resize;

}
 
 
 

</style>

</head>

	<span class=\"mail_left\">

		<div class=\"mail_menu\">menu</div>

		<div class=\"mail_inbox\">inbox</div>

		<div class=\"mail_info\">info</div>

	</span>
 

	<span class=\"mail_right\">

		<div class=\"mail_search\">search</div>

		<div class=\"mail_container3\">

			<div id=\"ex1\" class=\"mail_container\">

				<div class=\"mail_messages\"><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></div>

				<div class=\"jqHandle jqResize\">split</div>

				<div class=\"mail_container2\">

				<div class=\"mail_message\">message</div>

			</div>

		</div>

		</div>

	</span>
 
 

<p>

<p>
 
 

</html>

";

?>

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Question by:namwenio
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by:selvol
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It, pretty hard to recreate the page. Due you have an URL?
Try this?
 
Selvol

<style type=\"text/css\">
 

.mail_hdivide {

background-color : #ffff00;

border : 0 solid black;

height : 1%;

}

.mail_left {

background-color : #ffff00;

border : 0 solid black;

max-width : 15%;

width : 15%;

height : 100%;

float : left;

position : relative;

overflow : hidden;

}

.mail_right {

background-color : #0000ff;

border : 0 solid black;

max-width : 85%;

width : 85%;

height : 100%;

float : right;

position : relative;

overflow : hidden;

}

.mail_menu {

background-color : #ff0000;

border : 0 solid black;

height : 5%;

}

.mail_search {

background-color : #ffcccc;

border : 0 solid black;

height : 5%;

position : relative;

}

.mail_inbox {

background-color : #00ff00;

border : 0 dashed black;

height : 55%;

}

.mail_info {

background-color : #22ffcc;

border : 0 dashed black;

height : 40%;

}

.mail_container {

width : 100%;

height : 95%;

position : absolute;

bottom : 0 !important ;

bottom : -1px;

}

.mail_messages {

background-color : #220000;

border : 0 dashed black;

width : 100%;

height : 45%;

position : relative;

}

.mail_message {

background-color : #220000;

border : 0 dashed black;

width : 100%;

height : 100%;

position : relative;

}

.mail_container2 {

background-color : #ccffff;

border : 0 dashed black;

width : 100%;

height : 55%;

overflow : hidden;

position : relative;

bottom : 0 !important ;

bottom : -1px;

}

.mail_container3 {

background-color : #ccffff;

border : 0 dashed black;

width : 100%;

height : 95%;

overflow : hidden;

position : absolute;

}

.jqHandle {

background : red;

}

.jqResize {

height : 5px;

position : relative;

cursor : se-resize;

}
 

</style>

</head>

  <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

<html>

<head>

<meta name="generator" content="HTML Tidy for Linux (vers 6 November 2007), see www.w3.org">

<title></title>

</head>

<body>

<div class="\&quot;mail_menu\&quot;"><span class="\&quot;mail_left\&quot;">menu</span></div>

<div class="\&quot;mail_inbox\&quot;"><span class="\&quot;mail_left\&quot;">inbox</span></div>

<div class="\&quot;mail_info\&quot;"><span class="\&quot;mail_left\&quot;">info</span></div>

<div class="\&quot;mail_search\&quot;"><span class="\&quot;mail_right\&quot;">search</span></div>

<div class="\&quot;mail_container3\&quot; \&quot;mail_container\&quot;" id="\&quot;ex1\&quot;">

<div class="\&quot;mail_messages\&quot;"><span class="\&quot;mail_right\&quot;"><br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br>

<br></span></div>

<div class="\&quot;jqHandle"><span class="\&quot;mail_right\&quot;">split</span></div>

<div class="\&quot;mail_container2\&quot; \&quot;mail_message\&quot;"><span class="\&quot;mail_right\&quot;">message</span></div>

</div>

</body>

</html>

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Accepted Solution

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namwenio earned 0 total points
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Here is a link, to how it should look. The problem is the resizing of the right divs, Grab the red bar in the middle to move it.

http://admin.exchangedefender.com/Archive/test.php
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