IE6 IE7 Content-Middle Background not scrolling with Product Detail Page

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I'm reposting this under "Report a problem" because that's where I intended to put it in the first place and I somehow managed to insert it before as a question:

Okay - this one's driving me nuts. I have a product I'm working on (far from done) but I can already see that listing this many personalizations is a problem in IE6 and IE7 (which I look at in the IE 'compatibility mode' - for some reason the white background in content-middle doesn't scroll like it's supposed to. Anyone know a solution? Hopefully something I can stick in the IE6 & 7 CSS?

'http://www.premiumplantplugs.com/Pere...'

Thanks,

Patrick
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Okay - this one's driving me nuts. I have a product I'm working on (far from done) but I can already see that listing this many personalizations is a problem in IE6 and IE7 (which I look at in the IE 'compatibility mode' - for some reason the white background in content-middle doesn't scroll like it's supposed to. Anyone know a solution? Hopefully something I can stick in the IE6 & 7 CSS?

'http://www.premiumplantplugs.com/Pere...'

Thanks,
Patrick

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
IE6 & 7 Background not scrolling on Product Detail.
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Never mind guys I just figured it out.
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I was just looking at it and said I don't see anything wrong. Then I noticed your follow up post :-)
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If figured out how to stick a css statement right in the html for the product description with conditional commenting to target IE7 & IE6 and thus only that product detail page so it wouldn't effect the other product detail pages and just set a fixed height for the middle background for that product only.

I think it was called "spaghetti-and-chicken-scratch" programming method. :)