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Div Tags - make them grow as content is added

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Is it possible to make div tags grow as content is added?
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Check this website,
http://www.webdesignerwall.com/tutorials/css-the-all-expandable-box/

this should be what you are looking for,

Hope this helps

- animasu
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You can use CSS such as width:100%; for the box to grow
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