Collapsible Panel Tab text wrapping

I have created a FAQ page in Dreamweaver CS4 using Collapsible Panels - http://www.cdimeters.com/MeterGrapherWeb/MG_FAQ.html.
The question tabs are a certain width where, in I.E., the tab box extends down accordingly to accommodate text wrapping but in Google Chrome and Firefox the tab box does not extend and the text overflows.

The Collapsible Panels are within a table.

Any help gratefully appreciated.
Col_GAsked:
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
It renders the way you want in IE because you are using an old-fashioned doctype and IE is rendering in quirksmode.  Firefox and Chrome are rendering to modern standards.

The primary problem is that you are using a 20th century layout methods with tables.

You can try modifying the CSS to increase the height of the tr tags or possibly the td tags; or you can bite the bullet and use a modern layout with div tags.  Sooner or later you will have to move to modern methods or more things are just not going to work.


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Sudaraka WijesingheWeb Application ProgrammerCommented:
You should remove the height parameter from the .CollapsiblePanelTab class and let it adjust automatically.
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Col_GAuthor Commented:
Thank you Sudaraka, I have removed the height parameter and it's now working in beautifully all browsers. Excellent!

Thank you also COBOLdinosaur, I will take your comments on board. The site is quite old and not long for this life so will not bother making any drastic changes.

Thanks both.

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Col_GAuthor Commented:
Very prompt & clear answer-thanks
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Sudaraka WijesingheWeb Application ProgrammerCommented:
Glad to help. Thanks for the points.
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
Col_G,

When you get ready for a new site or an upgrade, we'll be here.  You will be surprised how easy it can be.


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Col_GAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys, much appeciated!
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