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Contents of table not breaking to new line in Internet Explorer

Posted on 2007-12-03
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I have an issues, as seen at:
http://www.consoleheroes.com/forums/member.php?u=25

In Firefox, the badges jump to a new line but in Internet Explorer it drags it out over the edge of the screen.  How can I fix this?
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by:Steve Bink
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Explicitly set the width of your table, or the max-width attribute of the table cell.

<table width="##px">
<td style="max-width:##px;">
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by:DragonByte
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But that table is supposed to dynamically expand to fit the screen...as it does in Firefox.  Is there any way to duplicate this behaviour in IE?
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by:Steve Bink
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Does it help to explicitly define those image as "display:inline"?
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by:DragonByte
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No it does not, nothing changes in how it is viewed.
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Have you tried using a div instead of using a table as the container?
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