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Posted on 2014-12-18
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Align HTMLHi ,

I have design a page . But the alignment is not coming correctly . I don't know why?

I changed the width size and all but it still show the above  check the attachment for more clarity

<td width="3%" class="label"><div title="analysis ">Status:
	</div></td>
<td width="24%" class="nonEdit"><div id="status"> &nbsp; <%= status %><input type="hidden" name="xx" value="<%= status %>"></div>
</td>

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<tr>
<td width="7%" class="label"><div>xAT:</div></td>
<td width="21%" class="nonEdit"><div id="xAT"> &nbsp; <%= xAT %> <%= xxxx %></div></td>
</tr>

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Create the table without the 'width' statements.  The browser will then automatically adjust the table for the size of the text.  The wrapping you are seeing is probably because there is not enough room for the elements to sit side by side.  If you later need to force % widths, you can add them back later.
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