The CSS 'bottom' property can be used to place an absolutely positioned element relative to the bottom of the containing block. When 'top' is also specified, the element should stretch from 'top' to 'bottom'. However, when both are specified, IE ignores 'bottom' and instead bases the height of the element on its contents (shrink-to-fit).
IE similarly ignores the CSS 'right' property when 'left' is specified.
Test page Workaround is not included
Reported by: Justin Schiller.
Explorer 5-6 Windows, Explorer Mac | Reported on 24 January 2005.
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