Re: table cells

by "Captain F.M. O'Lary" <ctfuzzy(at)>

 Date:  Thu, 19 Apr 2001 08:26:33 -0400
 To:  bkrWeb Services <bkrweb(at)>,
 In-Reply-To:  bkrweb
  todo: View Thread, Original

what you are *supposed to* use for this is CSS.

However - currently support for CSS is so bad I feel 100% confident in
saying you are better off using an older DTD and the width attributes.


At 10:40 PM 4/18/01 -0500, bkrWeb Services wrote:
>I have a table which I would like to divide into three cells of more or 
>less equal width.  Each cell will have an image centered in it.  The image 
>is smaller than the cell width.  I can do this with td width.  In fact, 
>currently I'm using % width.  As the width tag has been deprecated, I'm 
>wondering how to do this without the width.  I realize that I can go ahead 
>and do it the way I have, but I'm curious on what the standard is moving 
>to.  Any help out there?
>The page this table is on is at .  I'm playing 
>around with the code, but that stuff is still on my desktop.
>Kathie Riechmann
Captain F.M. O'Lary
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