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    heincampmans
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    Hi there,
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    I am using the Complex email template 1.3, and I am trying to set the different “fields” to equal height (see picture, I have put a red border around the “field”).
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    Now, the html is quite complex, but normally setting “height: 100%” should set the height of an element to 100% if it’s parent component.
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    I have found that there is a parent element that wraps two of these “fields” (see yellow border on picture).
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    The html for this parent element is this:
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    <td align=”center” valign=”top” style=”-webkit-text-size-adjust:100%;-ms-text-size-adjust:100%;mso-table-lspace:0pt;mso-table-rspace:0pt;font-size:0;” class=”padding”>


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    My plan is setting “height: 100%;” on all the child elements of the above parent element (not on the parent element itself). But this doesn’t seem to have any effect.
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    If I set the height on the above (parent) element’s first child, like so (see inline style):
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    <div style=”display:inline-block; max-width:50%; min-width:374px; vertical-align:top; width:100%; height:100%;” class=”wrapper”>
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    this has no effect.
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    While setting a fixed height like: “height: 500px;” does work.
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    Can anyone tell me how to get “height: 100%;” working on these child elements in this situation? Or how to get these ‘fields’ to be the full height of the parent container I mention?
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    webpage example

    #278273

    heincampmans
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    This is the link to image:

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    I thought the post should be written in html, that’s why you see the <br> tags. Turns out no html is needed. If I try to edit the post I get an 404 error.

    Added the link to the image in the original post as well, but it is not shown. So here it is.

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