Which function used to change the #s4-workplace height in SharePoint 2013 ?

In Initial load the SharePoint calculate the size (Width and Height) and  assigned to the #S4-workspace and #ms-designer-ribbon

Resize the window, the above same action is to be perform it again.

Steps :

  1. Using Chrome developer tools, I selected the #s4-workspace div and the selected “Break On…”, “Attributes modifications”:

    sharepoint-2013-thoughts-sticky-footer-sharepoint-resize-eventmethod

  2. Then I resized the browser window and check, the function trigger

    FixRibbonAndWorkspaceDimensions

  3. So now that I know that the name of the function that SharePoint uses to calculate the size of the #s4-workspace div
    FixRibbonAndWorkspaceDimensions();

 

Related Article from: http://crodrigues.com/sharepoint-2013-thoughts-sticky-footer-sharepoint-resize-eventmethod/ 

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