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How do I convert <frameset rows="100,*,100"> into CSS layout?

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How do I convert <frameset rows="100,*,100"> into CSS layout?
I want to have fixed main menu and footer (both height:100px;), but I want the middle div to take remaining space and have a dynamic content with "overflow:auto" so it has its own scrollbar.
Top menu and footer should stay fixed when I resize browser window.
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I'm already using it. I was hoping there's a simpler solution. Let's wait a bit longer for other propositions.
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Do you like something like this http://datatables.net
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