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    i can't remember, does netscape support using %'s in tables??

    <table width="100%" border="1" height="288">

    will that work in nutscrape, or do i need to use pixel values??

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    I think Netscape supports them (they work for me!)
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    NS will support them. It is best to however use CSS as NS was designed to be more CSS compatible than HTML attribute compatible.


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