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how to give html table minimum width in asp.net

Posted on 2009-07-14
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I am designing one web page which contains an HTML table.

what i want to do is some how make the html table to take the full available width if the user views this page on a higher resolution.
and if he views this page on a lower resolution then i want to fix width to a fixed number so that it does not shrink after that.

is it possible to achieve?
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Question by:ziorrinfotech
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by:erikTsomik
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use percentage rather than px.

So something like this
<table width="50%"
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by:jfromanski
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use css, something like:
<table style="min-width: 780px">...
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well, better
<table style="min-width: 780px;max-width:100%">
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