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html5 solution for frameset rows='150,*,50'

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Is there a way to let a iframe or div use the maximal screen space just like the middle frame in a frameset rows='150,*,50'?

As far as I understand you could achieve something in ie with javascript (using the windowheight and then changing the height of the iframe). But since that's not standard, will it work with other browsers too? And will it keep working in next releases?

Oh, and actually the middle frame is a frameset cols='150,*' just to complicate it somewhat...

Maybe there is an obvious solution, maybe the answer is a simple no.
Anyway thanks
Patrick
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That's it!
And I even think I understand how it works.

I'm very grateful
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