HTML Table Rendering in LN 6.5

Posted on 2006-05-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Hi experts,

I have a 3-column HTML table which presents an image of my business card.  It includes the correct shading / text color / logo image location, etc.  I use this as a sig file in my Lotus Notes mail.  The HTML table, I believe, is the best method to do this.  It is smaller than an image of the entire card, and text can be copied, etc.

This worked well in LN version 5, but when we recently upgraded to LN 6.5, the presentation of the table is not good.  Instead of having the original size, the columns are justified across the width of the document.  This is the case with either automatic width (no width= specified) in the <TD>, or with <TD width="200px">, or with <TD width=200>.

Here's a link to review:

Do our experts have any ideas for a solution?

Thanks.  Peace and joy.  mvan
Question by:mvan01
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    What's your entire HTML-code? Do you also have a <table width=600> in it?
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    Author Comment

    Hehe ... <table width=600> does it!

    Thanks, sjef_bosman!

    Peace and joy.  mvan
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    by:Sjef Bosman
    Wonderful! :)

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