- Hi Neil,
In your opening <Table> tag, set your width to 100%.
Then in the first table row, set the fixed width of your desired <TD> elements. Any <TD> elements you do not set a fixed width for will flex in size so the end result is the table fills the screen. I would suggest using text in flexible <TD> columns as text automatically adjusts to any width.
An example is thus:
Left Column of fixed width
Middle Column that flexes
Right column of fixed width
--- In ntb-html@y..., Neil Felton <neil@a...> wrote:
> Now for something just a little different...
> Re column widths within tables. I usually use percentage measures for td
> width and percentage for the table width. If I want a fixed td width,
> say="100", and just one other td(col) across, how do I ensure that the
> first column stays "100" and the other uses the remainder of the
> table(table width left floating or percent of window).
> Is it - td1="100", td2(no specified width)
> OR - td1="100", td2="*"
> OR some other way....
> Is it possible??
> appreciate some input
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