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  1. #1
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    I've got a web page set up where I have a header and a navigation bar on the left, which are both included server side. I have content in the middle, and another navigation bar on the right. Now, this page looks good in 800x600 or 1024x768, but when I look at it in 1280x1024, the navigation bar on the right moves to left, and is not aligned with the right side of the page - but the header extends all the way to the right, thanks to the DIV properties. This makes the page look disjointed.

    Anyway, is there a CSS or TD property that allows me to force a table cell to align on the right side of a table? I tried forcing the table to 100%, but without content filling up the center it won't expand to 100%. I have the right hand navbar set to a constant width, so that shouldn't be a problem either. Basically, it's like this:


    <div class=header>
    <div class=navbar>
    <div class=mainbody>
    <tr><td width=80%>
    <table><tr><td>Here goes all of my content, arranged in cells</td></tr></table>
    </td><td class=rightnavbar></td></tr></table>

    Even with the TD that contains my inner content table set to 80%, it does not take up 80% of the screen. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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