you'll have to use wordwrap() !
the browser won't be able to brake it down unless it have spaces in it....
"Jason Caldwell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I have a problem that seems like it should be a snap to fix, but leaves me
> feeling frustrated to no end...
> I have a table (HTML) -- 2 Columns. In the right-hand column I store a
> (ie. http://someonesdomainname.com/path/anotherpath/file.html)
> The problem is -- when I pull the URL in -- it *pushes* my columns around
> and expands my table beyond the page -- I have my table hard set at 600
> pixels (not 100%) --
> How can I force the URL (or any text for that matter that doesn't have
> spaces in it) -- to *wrap*?? Can I do this with HTML (I hope) or do I
> to write some PHP code to force break the string into workable sections?
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