Width and length turned into percents!

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How can i turn my widths and lengths to fit everyones screen instead of the way i have it?
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Your first table...

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<table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="border-collapse: collapse" width="984" id="AutoNumber1" height="28">


would be this, instead....

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<table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="border-collapse: collapse" width="100%" id="AutoNumber1" height="100%">



This topic has been covered many times here, please dig a little bit next time.

Thanks.
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O i c ok thanx if you want you can delete this......
and i willl check further im sorry
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no worries. :D
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I found out that if you post
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<style>height=100% width=100%</style>
in the head section is does it for the whole page only you need to do it sepreatley for tables n' stuff. I know most people may already know but for people like me....
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yeah all you do is change the "341" (pixels) to "whatever%"
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All hail the %, once you go %, you never go back. Cough.
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Shikoku wrote:
I found out that if you post
Code: [ Select ]
<style>height=100% width=100%</style>
in the head section is does it for the whole page only you need to do it sepreatley for tables n' stuff. I know most people may already know but for people like me....


Um, what is that code BTW, as far as I can see it would nothing, I don't even think there is an equals sign in CSS. I'm just clarifying this for other people.

I don't like percentages, I prefer to use margins for fluid layouts and have nice fixed width flanks. Just me though :D

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