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SteveOaks
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Please take a look:
http://www.stevenetworks.com/port80/osticket/view.php

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ticket: 737236

Problem is the table is getting cut off. If you are viewing in Mozilla/Netscape you probably wont see it. Its an ie problem.

Any ideas on a fix?

Thanks!

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IE-Div problem

There is no width or padding assigned to the columns of your table.
Maybe that's why IE stretches them.

But the effect might also be connected to the outer table. I don't have experience with tables inside tables inside tables. Maybe someone else does.

I find a design with divs instead of tables much easier to handle.

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IE-Div problem

mkjoker wrote:
There is no width or padding assigned to the columns of your table.
Maybe that's why IE stretches them.

But the effect might also be connected to the outer table. I don't have experience with tables inside tables inside tables. Maybe someone else does.

I find a design with divs instead of tables much easier to handle.

The tables have to be there because of dynamic content that is coming out of the database. :?