Hi and thank you for your ideas.
What I want is 7 columns, with a total of 6 links and one "spacer" that
"eats up" the rest of the menu-screen, so that I can have:
4 links on the left side of the screen.
1 spaceer, that eats up the rest of the middle screen width that is left.
And 2 links on the right side
Everything in the same row.
For a demo, go to: http://www.ninja.nu/dagbok/ and look in the top of
(Adress / Bildarkiv / Dagbok / Hebok / <spacer> / Kontakt / Info).
I would really like it if anyone could give me some helpful tips on how
this can be done.
Zoe M. Gillenwater wrote:
> Henrik Jutterström wrote:
>> Hi All!
>> New to the List I'm looking for help on a problem with a <td> that has a
>> I dont understand how this is supposed to be done i CSS for coding
>> "Strict" Valid html.
>> Hos is this done? Can anyone help me?
>> <table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5">
>> <td width="100"><a href="/a/" class="menyLank">A</a></td>
>> <td width="100"><a href="/b/" class="menyLank">B</a></td>
>> <td width="100"><a href="/c/" class="menyLank">C</a></td>
>> <td width="100"><a href="/d/" class="menyLank">D</a></td>
>> <td width="*"> </td> <-- This is the one causeing me problems..
>> <td width="100"><a href="/e/" class="menyLank">E</a></td>
>> <td width="100"><a href="/f/" class="menyLank">F</a></td>
>> Best Regards
>> /Henrik Jutterström
> I believe that you just don't assign a width to that one cell. Since the
> other cells have widths (move them to the style sheet), and the table
> has a width (also move to style sheet), the width-less cell will expand
> to fill the remainder of the table. This is what you want, correct? Try
> it and let us know how it works.
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