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April 14, 2008
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The second step is to "tell" RadSplitter to occupy 100% of its container, not the page. To do this, you need to set the HeightOffset property of the splitter to the sum of the heights of the header and the footer.
The effect of the HeightOffset property of the RadSplitter is demonstrated in the attached files. You can see the page before the HeightOffset property is set in the Header_Footer_Scroll.jpg file. The Header_Footer_NoScroll.jpg file demonstrates the page after the property is set.
Since this article concerns only setting a single property (HeightOffset) and this property is also available in RadSplitter for ASP.NET AJAX (Prometheus) there are no differences in achieving the described layout.
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