I know there used to be some faux column hacks that you could use to get full height columns, but I’m not sure that’s what I want. I ended up using some really stupid jQuery to make it work with height: 100% on the sidebar (since you have to have a declared height in order for height: 100% to work).
Edit: Also, I really just need the left sidebar to be full height, if it wasn’t obvious. The right one I’m not worried about except clearing the page. I’m also using a really lame , but I’ll try to fix that too. Thanks.
@ChristopherBurton thanks, I actually really like how it looks, but there’s one problem. I’m going to set this up with media queries to be somewhat liquid; so when you resize the window horizontally, the text also reflows causing the size of the holder to resize to fit the content. ie) if you load the page at a wide width and shrink it, the holder should get longer, but doesn’t like this and if you load the page narrow and stretch it, the holder should get shorter.
@jamy_za Thanks. That’s the best that I’ve got so far. I was doing something similar, ut without the .siblings(), but then I also had to set the sidebar height to auto on the resize as well or it would never get any smaller. This works though.
I can’t believe after all these years of faux columns, there’s no better way to do something like this with css :) Believe me, I’ve looked everywhere. I found one guy doing it with CSS3 gradients with 2 stops on top of each other.