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Todor asked on 16 Nov 2010, 03:06 PM

DatePicker control creates a <div> of class "t-animation-container" below all html (at the end of the body) which is visible, i.e. display style is not none. This unnecessary extends the bottom edge of the body with about 205px. You can see this in your DatePicker control demo.

I resolved for me this problem by styling 't-animation-container', adding:

    display: none;

Is that correct, i.e. could not led to other side effects, or it is a bug that will be fixed.

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Todor Mihailov

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Alex Gyoshev
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answered on 17 Nov 2010, 02:08 PM
Hi Todor,

Thank you for reporting this. It is indeed a bug, which we just fixed. Upcoming releases will contain the fix; until then, you can fix it in your source by adding the following to the _createSharedCalendar method in telerik.datepicker.js:

    $t.fx._wrap(sharedCalendar).css('display', 'none');

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