Originally Posted by Toxaris
Some readers will actually give strange results if you set the <html> and/or <body> to 100%. For example in some cases the PRS-T1 will not advance to another page unless specifically the page number is entered.
As I said, you should probably use min-height
, not height
. By my reading of the thread
from a few months ago, the bug in question involved setting height
to 100%. IIRC, the spec is a little ambiguous about how height
should be handled if your content exceeds a single screen height worth of content, which I'm assuming those test cases that triggered this bug probably did. And I could see how a reader could get confused (though it's still a bug) if that happens.
If it fails in this way with min-height: 100%
and a single-page SVG image, however, then the reader is broken (and this seems much more unlikely). The specification is unambiguous about how that should be handled, and if you find that it does not work on the Sony reader, please file bug reports with Sony. They really need to fix that bug, as designs that include full-page-size images (for things like title pages) are likely to become more and more common as time passes, not less.