Bear Bibeault wrote:What are you thinking that 60 means?
I don't really know for sure what unit it is. What I do know is that I have two div tags, each have a table in them, the first column of each is set to 60 and they do not line up as I had hoped they would.
I don't have an excuse other than I have not taken(had) time to learn the css method of programing(if you can call what I do programing).
I do have a css that controls my table layout but not the specific column widths. If I change the <TD> or <TH> tags in the css won't it affect all of the tags used on the page. How do I control only one column with the css?
Bear Bibeault wrote:Depends upon the modern-inity of browsers you are supporting. If the browsers support nth-child, you're golden. Otherwise, you could give the columns class names to use as CSS hooks.
P.S. Not to sound mean or anything, but it's 2009. Wrap your head around CSS, and do it now.
Not to be hardheaded or anything but just for a test I put style="width:60px" in the TD tag of my HTML page code and still get the same results. If I set up the css won't it have the same line of code.
Can you give me direction on the class name and CSS hook method?