I noticed that when I changed the spans to divs, the width worked but
of course because divs are block level you can't have more than one on
a row unless you change the display to in-line which basically makes
it a span.
On 12/7/05, Greg Morphis [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hey, I'm trying to build a daily schedule view which will have
> schedules from 6am - 10pm.
> I'm not sure if this is the correct approach so I'm asking for help...
> I was thinking of using a table with 3 columns, 1 column for the name,
> 1 column for job title and 1 column for their daily schedule. I was
> thinking of using spans for the various tasks that the users will have
> throughout their day.
> <table width="790px;" border="1">
> <td width="75px">Pat Smoot</td>
> <td width="75px">CSR</td>
> <td width=640px"><span
> the border is just for viewing..
> I believe what I need to use is absolutle positioning however when I
> add that to the inline CSS statement, the width works but the span is
> moved out of the cell table element.
> I'm no CSS wiz, I'm just a beginner and hoping one of you can suggest
> some sites to look at, tutorials or code snippets.
> Auxilium meum a Domino
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