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lsilver
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If you don't mind taking a look at the page at http://www.copuniversity.com/products/learn-how-to-become-a-cop-video-course.

On the right side I have a table that highlights features of a product. In all browsers other than IE10, text within a cell wraps if it would extend beyond the cell's stated width (using an inline style).

In IE 10, the width continues beyond the end of the cell and runs into other cells. For example, the cell that says "No Recurring Fees and Lifetime Updates Included".

How can I fix this?

Thanks so much.

gary.turner
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Beta version

For a couple more weeks anyway, IE10 is in beta land. Problems should be reported to MSFT's bug reporting site or forum.

If IE<10 and other mainstream browsers render as expected, and IE10b doesn't, it should be treated as a bug until shown otherwise.

cheers,

gary

If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.

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Will do. Thanks.

Will do. Thanks.