Ticket #2009 (closed bug: fixed)
height() function bugs on table cells belonging to an style.height=auto row
|Reported by:||shazam||Owned by:|
When JQuery computes height of a DOM element it swaps its paddings and borders to zero first. This may sometimes change a cell display removing some automatic line breaks and if the parent row has auto height, its height will change and the cell height also.
If the swap on paddings and borders is commented the calculation works fine. So, what is the purpose of the swapping ?
Note : the bug occurred on both IE6 and IE7 but wasn't tested on other browsers.