multi-column javascript issue

I was trying out Cédric Savarese’s script for multi-column layouts (using the poorly supported CSS3 rules), when i ran into a problem…

It seemed to leave a big gap under the columns. Now i don’t know much about javascript, but i decided to have a look around the file anyway. After a lot of trial and error, i found that removing this line = newHeight+’px’;

from two places (there are only two), seems to have fixed it! I’m not sure if i’ve broken anything else as a result, however all seems okay for now.

If anything breaks, i’ll remove this post!

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About Rob

I'm the graphic designer here at inmeres. I studied BA Graphic design with a specialism in advertising at St Martins College in London. After I graduated I worked in a label printers which gave me a huge amount of print experience and most importantly, “what not to send” printers. I then worked for a local magazine designing various adverts ranging from half page to double page spreads and editorials. I then came to inmeres! Woo! Which is a great and i'm continuing to learn a lot. Out of work i'm a bit of a wanna-be photographer. I like to get it right in the camera, i'm not one for massive retouches in Photoshop (though i've been known to break this theory when i get bored and have a bit of a mental Photoshop mash up!) You can view some of my images here
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