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PostSubject: Halp please c:   Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:07 pm

I'm designing a webpage as a major test grade in WebTech, but my <ipage> tag doesn't want to accept a % as a variable for the height attribute, only pixels. This is a problem as without a percentage the computer the site will be graded on will distort it massively, which is nicht gut.

Does anyone with some html experience know how to circumvent this? I believe it's a problem with HTML5.0, but...

e: Okay, put the iframe within the table I had the navigation buttons in. Now the problem is that I've set the table's attributes of height and width to 100% (so as to encompass the entire page) but not only does it refuse to scale on higher resolutions, there's also this annoying space beneath the table.
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PostSubject: Re: Halp please c:   Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:55 pm

Does Stackoverflow handle html5? Because here is really not the place to ask.

fr0stbyte124 wrote:
You know, I was thinking we should have a 3D crafting grid for complex recipes, but Kielaran is right: why have three dimensions when you can have six? Truly I don't know how we ever got by with a measly two.

Mackeroth? wrote:
Now, if Fr0stbyte wrote that, someone would make a sig, guaranteed. So what are you going to do now?
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