Only the top half of this page displays in Camino. It's fine in Safari.
Also displays poorly in Firefox 1.5.
It seems that Gecko interprets the size of the div differently from Safari (and I guess IE).
Gecko's rendering looks correct to me -- the page is in standards mode, and 100% of auto height is auto in standards mode, which means 200px tall in this case. As far as IE goes, the handling of percent heights for kids of auto-height elements is a known area where IE is very buggy. In quirks mode we'd do something more like what IE does. I have no idea what Safari is doing (and someone probably wants to file a bug on them).
Linux Firefox 1.7.13 and Konqueror 3.5.2 also have the same problem. Before last Firefox and KDE security update for both Red Hat EL4 and SUse 10, everything was fine. Now trying to view http://www.motogp.com/en/motogp/motogp_news.htm?menu=news is a pain.
12 years ago