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Mozilla table always 100% width?

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I have the following html code

<TABLE id="Table1" cellPadding="1" border="1">
.....
<TR>
<TD>
<table>
<tr>
<td>
<table style="TABLE-LAYOUT: fixed;">
<TR>
<TD style="WIDTH: 90px">Job</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 115px">Manager</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 95px">Word</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 140px">Location</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 140px">Address</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 140px">date time</TD>

The sum of the width in the inner table is larger than the screen width.
However, Mozilla always fits the outside table in the screen when the
sum of the cells in the inner table are larger than screen width.

Is it possible to let the outside table grow with the width sum of inner
table?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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nick <nb***@nospam.hotmail.com> wrote:
I have the following html code
You didn't post the URL, just a random snippet of code.
<TD style="WIDTH: 90px">Job</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 115px">Manager</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 95px">Word</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 140px">Location</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 140px">Address</TD>
<TD style="WIDTH: 140px">date time</TD>
Are you seriously telling us that you use that on an HTML page for the
World Wide Web? And inside a table nested inside a table nested inside a
table?
The sum of the width in the inner table is larger than the screen
width.
And this did not ring a bell?
However, Mozilla always fits the outside table in the screen
when the sum of the cells in the inner table are larger than screen
width.


I don't see what you mean by that, and I have no interested in
reconstructing your page for testing when you could have saved everyone's
time by posting a URL.

Besides, you are using CSS not HTML for the width suggestions, so
apparently your problem belongs to c.i.w.a.stylesheets rather than here.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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