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Please take a look at http://iplaysite.com/projects/listings_iframe.html .

On Safari, the iframe section in the body of the page looks and functions exactly how I want it. However, on all other browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and IE the iframe height is only 100px in height. It is not auto adjusting like Safari. How do I make it auto adjust on all browsers? Thanks advance!!
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The issue is the 100% height which is 100% of the parent's height. But the body element doesn't have any height, nor does its parent the html element. Try adding "height: 100%;" to your body tag css on line 9 and to the html css on line 2.
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Thanks!
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