Splitter Height Issue...

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  1. Jezz Dalgarno
    Jezz Dalgarno avatar
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    Aug 2009

    Posted 14 Aug 2009 Link to this post

    Hi there, I did some searching on this but can't find an answer.

    Firstly let me say that the issue is NOT to do with achieving 100% height - I fully understand the mechanics of that. The issue I have is as follows.

    I have the splitter implemented as per you full screen demo, i.e. The splitter is set to 100% as are all the parent elements, and this works fine. However, if I place a div above the Splitter, say I want a header for the page of 70px height, the splitter height does not become 100% of a page that is now 70px smaller, it simply continues to be 100% of the total screen size, not the total screen size - 70px. Is there a way to remedy this? At the moment the effect is that things are off the bottom of the page and the splitter 'gripper' is not in the middle of the visible splitter as it should be, but rather it's further down due to the mis-calculation.

    Thanx.
  2. Answer
    Stuart Hemming
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    Jul 2004

    Posted 14 Aug 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Jezz,

    You, my friend, want the HeightOffset property of the RadSplitter.

    http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/telerik.web.ui-telerik.web.ui.radsplitter-heightoffset.html gives more info.

    (sorry for not providing a direct link but the editor's hyperlink manager seems to have nipped off for lunch).
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    Stuart
    (Remember to mark this post as "Answered" if my reply solves your issue)
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  4. Jezz Dalgarno
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    Posted 14 Aug 2009 Link to this post

    You're a gent, works flawlessly. Many thanks for the swift reply, appreciated.
  5. Stuart Hemming
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    Posted 14 Aug 2009 Link to this post

    Cool.

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    Stuart
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