Thanks for the reply, Jaime. I should explain in a little more
detail. The tabview structure is strictly like this:
But mine is slightly modified like this:
So my suspicion is that <li> properties are the obstacle. My <div>s
are okay, because if I put them in a table, they're fine. Do you
think it might be some default <li> properties?
> For .yui-navset .yui-nav li a em, set the white-space css property to
> On 6/1/07, ticklishturtletoe <ticklishturtletoe@...> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm using tabview to create a right-oriented tab interface. On my
> > tabs, I display some information that wraps onto 2 lines.
> > The trouble is, the text wraps within a very tight margin. I haven't
> > been able to make the text fill the width of the tab before it wraps.
> > I have other text on the tab that doesn't wrap, and it seems to have
> > wider margins than the text that wraps.
> > I'm pretty certain this behavior has something to do with the fact
> > that the tabs use a list construct, because I started creating my own
> > tabview, also using a list construct and still had the same problem.
> > There must be some CSS trick to get around this problem. Does anybody
> > have ideas?
> > TIA,
> > TTT
> Jaime Bueza | Database Developer
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