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td wrapping elements

Posted on 2013-05-18
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I've got text1:radiobutton1&nbspctext2:radiobutton2 in a td, which i want on one line (there is room), but it keeps splitting lines around the text and radio buttons!
It seems it should be so simple. I've tried style=nowrap + the &nbsp which everyone says should do it, but its not!!
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Question by:Silas2
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You need to show us your actual code or give us a link so we can see what you're missing.
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Try this  http://jsbin.com/igabeb/1/

  <table width="100%">
  <tr>
    <td nowrap><input name="radiohead" type="radio">&nbsp;I like beer<input name="radiohead" type="radio">&nbsp;I like whiskey</td>
    <td>Dunkel</td>
    <td>Weissbier</td>
    <td>Pilsner</td>
  </tr>
</table>

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by:Silas2
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Actually, i've just realised that it seems to be worst on IE7, i know a much abandoned browser, it seems to look ok on later chrome's, maybe its just an old quirk?
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I wouldn't even worry about ie8.
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