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    Question div resize event

    div resize event


    Hello!

    does anybody know, how to fire a resize event on a html div?
    i tried:

    Ext.get("IdOfMyDiv").on("resize", function(){...})
    ... but it's not working...

    The reason, why i need this is because my homepage is based on standard html with ExtJs support for several things. In this case the content of a div is changing dynamically when resizing the browserwindow, or when pressing a button, or when hiding some information, ....)

    I know the event for browser-resizing but not the event for a div-container resizing....


    thank you for your help and best regards!!

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    Individual elements don't fire resize events, only the window does.
    Code:
    Ext.EventManager.on(window, 'resize', function(){
      //...
    });
    ps. You seem to be looking for the FitToParent plugin (see User Extensions forum).

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