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Your message has been sent to W3Schools. The combined td width is overflowing the table width. But first, we need a baseline to compare against.
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Faq Reply With Quote October 26th, 2012,09:19 AM #4 No Profile Picture lelales View Profile View Forum Posts Contributing User Devshed Novice (500 - 999 posts) Use CSS instead:
Use CSS instead. Td Width Css I just didn't dwell on it because I don't find them particularly useful. So I just stating in case position attribute affects widths. –Jake Feb 8 '13 at 4:53 possible duplicate of CSS table td width - fixed, not flexible –Ciro Santilli click here now Does boiling tap water make it potable?
Maybe it's like if it can't fit the ellipsis it defaults back to the text. Display Table Cell Width Not Working I have no idea what he is talking about. Which is weird and probably a bug. My problem is that I have a lot of legace XLS and ODT tables/databases with a lot of material that I wanted to get online and each time I tried it
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Here's the result: Thin Really Really Really Wide Little Lots and lots and lots and lots of content, so much that it will require a line break. http://help.simplytestable.com/errors/html-validation/the-x-attribute-on-the-y-element-is-obsolete-use-css-instead/the-width-attribute-on-the-td-element-is-obsolete-use-css-instead/ Where have you tried your code? –Rafa Romero May 26 '14 at 13:25 your code is perfect, td are display with different width –Ankit Agrawal May 26 '14 at Td Width Percentage Not Working I know I could use CSS, but it's basically data in a table, and needs the
|'s need to be a specific width. Css Td Width Percentage Not Working http://jsfiddle.net/rqmNY/2/ As you can see, now it's 83px instead of 100px as originally intended. |
Lets add a few more "td"s in, and we shall see that the "td:100px" css is being ignored. http://xstackwiki.com/td-width/td-width-100-not-working.html Do you have any idea why this is? Why do governments not execute or otherwise permanently contain super villains? Normally, a cell takes up the space it needs to display the content. Td Width Auto
Texas, USA speed ticket as a European citizen, already left the country The Art of Word Shaping How to solve this question quickly? Use Case I explored this because I was trying to keep a uniform row height for Pens in list view on CodePen (i.e. The X element is obsolete. http://xstackwiki.com/td-width/td-width-in-css-not-working.html I don't understand what you are asking about position fixed|absolute –Explosion Pills Feb 8 '13 at 4:48 @ExplosionPills because in my actual code, I have the table set to
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Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Why TD width is not working or not followed? html css html-table width share|improve this question edited Nov 10 at 12:26 Allan Pereira 1,8933923 asked Jun 18 '12 at 20:27 user979331 762066119 So how can we help when But yes, for emails tables and inline css are the only way to build them. Td Style Align Well i guess then it depends on the width of the parent element.
The valign attribute on the tr element is obsolete. I imagine most of you know this: tables are for tabular data and emails. Let's see if it does: Thin Really Really Really Wide Little Lots and lots and lots and lots of content, so much that it will require a line break. weblink The align attribute on the embed element is obsolete.
Hope this makes it clear, Check here jsfiddle.net/rqmNY/10 –Raman Feb 11 '13 at 8:10 jsfiddle.net/rqmNY/11 This is an update from your fiddle. What are your thoughts on this? –Raman Feb 13 '13 at 11:37 Actually I believe I know the answer. I had to use this recently as well and it is tremendously useful as you demonstrated clearly here.