I am currenlty using Expression Web. The website I have created consists of tables. When I try to resize a colum on the right side of the table the corresponding column on the left moves equally. I am no web design guru wich is why I bought this product and I'm pretty proficient with it but this is one aspect of the gui I absolutely can't stand. I want ot be able to resize a colum and not have it move/resize any other columns - like in Excel when you resize colomns or rows in a worksheet. I'm sure there is a checkbox or setting that will allow me to do this but so far I have found no information.
P.S. Don't bother telling me to edit the code. I bought Expression web because I haven't learned how to code yet....that will come along in time.... :-)
There are widths of columns and table width. Each of them can be defined or not - in pixels or in percent of table width.
I suppose, your table width is defined. So, when you change width of one column,
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