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select box width in netscape

Posted on 2002-06-23
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How can I specify select box width in NN4.7 ? Adding this: style="width: 100%" - to <select> tag has no effect
in NN, when in IE it does.
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i don't think it can be done in NS 4.7

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by:Marianne
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hongjun is right, style="width:..." for <select> tag doesn't work in NN4.x.
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by:bruno
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Hmmm.....I was going to offer help here, even though this question has been closed, but I see the user has VERY LITTLE RESPECT for the experts on this site, therefore, I will not.


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by:natalief
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Bruno, I have no idea how I hurt your feelings. Anyway, I'm sorry, it wasn't on purpose.
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