In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Jason Caldwell) wrote:
> My tables autostretch *with* the browser...
> However, when I press my browsers BACK button, then FORWARD button the page
> is no longer *flush* on the right hand side
> My BODY tag reads as follows:
> <body width="800" bgcolor="#FFFFFF" text="#000000" leftmargin="0"
> topmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">
A) Get rid of that width attribute in the body tag.
B) Set your table's width using percentages (e.g. "100%"), not a fixed
pixel size (by the time you factor in variance in monitor size, screen
resolution, browser chrome, personal preferences, etc...individual users'
window sizes are practically like snowflakes--no two alike).
C) If it's still not "flush" right/left, set the table's cellpadding,
cellspacing, and border attributes all to 0.
D) If you're still having trouble after that, followup with an HTML
newsgroup, tutorial, or reference.
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