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How do I get my table or cells to stop at teh bottom of my page.

How do I get my table or cells to stop at teh bottom of my page.

How do I get my table or cells to stop at teh bottom of my page.

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The tables will not resize up and down like they do left and right when I change the browser size. I've tried setting the height to 100% (instead of a fixed number)in both the tables and cells but they still want to keep there origingal shape. HELP! I've tried everthing. See www.soswebsforless.com bottom of the page.

RE: How do I get my table or cells to stop at teh bottom of my page.

First, make sure you dont have extra returns in each of the columns.   Too many extra returns in one column will extend the whole table longer.

Then set the length of each cell / column and table at a certain pixel length. If you set it using the percentage FP wont let you drag it to where you want it to be sometimes.

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