Layout graphic ideas

Justin C. Sherrill justin at
Tue Feb 24 13:52:56 PST 2004

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Chris Pressey wrote:

> Ah.  OK, so how about wrapping the text in the main table cell with a
> div or span that has a class that has max-width set at a comfortable
> size like 700 or so?  That way you get roughly the same effect without
> forcing people with smaller browser windows to scroll.

Interesting - I have been planning to pick up Eric Meyer's CSS book as soon
as the next edition comes out (next month, I think).  I don't know how well
a CSS2 feature like that would be supported across browsers, but it's easy
enough to find out.

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