I need to have a table with its width stretched to fit the browser window; HOWEVER, I want ONLY the leftmost and the rightmost [e.g. the first and the last] columns to automatically adjust their widths and NOT the columns in the middle; I want the columns in the middle to have fixed widths.
Iím aware of the max-width property in CSS, but it has poor browser support and doesn't work reliably, so Iím looking for an alternative approach. Can this be achieved with a CSS expression without affecting the performance too much? I'd like to avoid using JS for this, unless there's a peace of code simple enough for a beginner like me to understand and implement.
Please guide me.
Thank you in advance.
This post has been edited by lost child: 04 April 2008 - 06:21 AM