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  1. #1
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    Hello all,
    I have a 2-column css/div layout. See www.ejwelch.com and go to 'Product Catalog' . Then click on 'Mortars'. Youll see a big problem. I have the product info tables, (class="cat" ) set to 100% width in my css. This causes distortion in IE and the tables to extend off the screen in Netscape. But it i take this out, the only tables that take up 100% of the div/column are the ones with enough description to force 100% width. What can i do?

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  3. #2
    Junior Member
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    Dec 2003
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    Problem now a little different - heres a restatement -

    I have a two-column div layout. See www.ejwelch.com and go to 'product catalog' then go to 'Floor Protection'. I have these product tables set to a width of 100% in my css (cat class) so all the tables take up 100% of the column, even if there is not enough info to force it (ie the 'single roll' tables). This works PERFECT in IE6.0. However, in Netscape7.1 the tables extend off the page (probably due to a different interpretation of div width).
    How can i fix this?
    Thanks in advance!!


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