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Hi all I have simple Html table, table cells are html text box (input type=text) The text box won't inherit his father (TD) width, as a result the table is to width and I get horizontal scroll. I tried style="text-overflow:hidden;" on the input without success.
Because the amount of columns on the table is dynamic, and screen resolution may vary, I am unable to calculate the amount of pixels.
But I can compute the width of each column according to the number of columns (100% / number of columns) = width of each column.
Is there any way I can force the text box to inherit its column width?
Thank you Sharon
in the example each col is 5% but long text in the text box, make the table go out of the 100% bound. Html example :