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I have been using this technique before to get equal column heights

#page-wrap { overflow: hidden;}
.page-left, .page-right{float: left; width: 435px; margin-bottom: -5000px; padding-bottom: 5000px; }
.page-left { background: #454545; }            
.page-right { background: #383838; }

<div id="page-wrap">        
    <div class="page-left">
            Blahblah<br />
            Blahblah<br />
            Blahblah<br />
    </div>    
    <div class="page-right">
            Blahblah
    </div>
    <div class="clearboth"></div>    
</div> <!-- end wrap -->

This works fine but now I need to put #page-wrap inside another DV with margin: 10px;
it works fine in normal browsers, but not in IE...

I have a Fiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/SyAeq/

EDIT: Solved! Just adding a {float:left} to #page-wrap did the trick!
Than a {clear:left} in a div underneath to clean it up

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  • This question might be better asked on doctype.com. – Lotus Notes Dec 1 '10 at 18:13
  • If you solved it yourself, you should post it as an answer, then when the time period has expired, mark your own answer as correct. – Mufasa Jun 23 '11 at 21:32
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Ok, solved this by adding a {float:left} to #page-wrap. Than a {clear:left} in a div underneath to clean it up.

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