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Posted by: Carolyn
Posted on: Mar 13th, 2006, 11:29am
I am trying to put a table in another table's cell, and it looks fine until I export it for upload as a web page. The columns in the nested table will not stay the correct size. You can see how it turned out at: http://www.csrashag.com/classes/index.htm
How can I make the nested table's columns STAY as I set them. The nested table is the one with "Where - When - Cost". The information should continue on to the primary table's cell width. I set it up that way and can save as and it looks right, but after I export it to create the .html then it changes to a narrow column width.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Mar 13th, 2006, 6:24pm
Hi! If you want a column to stick with a certain X size, just insert a transparent image that is (say) X x 2 pixel (e.g. 100 x 2 pixel).
This can be done by using a standard transparent image (you find a totally transparent image within the clipart folder, I think within the folder "separators") and artificially alter its X and Y with Image >Properties.
Otherwise some browsers may decide to change the X size of a column. By the way you may also play with the column properties (right click a cell within the column, Table properties, then click the second tab of this dialog).......