Steps to reproduce
Simply use the ‘inspect element’ function in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome to compare and contrast the CSS height attribute which is calculated for individual cells with the same row in a table.
As I say Google Chrome already has taken-on this approach, and the benefit is as set-out in the above paragraph, namely that after a long time there finally is a solution in Google Chrome to getting child elements to fill-out the available space within a parent table cell because the cell’s actual physical height is available as opposed to its content height.
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