Produces a fine and dandy table in everything I care about but in NetScape 7 the table is rendered just an ickle bit short of the right-hand-side of the browser window, not quite the 100% it should be. Inspirational, Grrr!
Er? It's not you with the wrong end of the stick, it's me. Apparently. If I type
note the capitalization, it works.
Well, it doesn't blow in Netscape 7 or the others. Whether or not it will allow IE to render the table (a large, ahem, super large, results table) rows as they appear (which is the goal)is another matter.
Hmmm, continuing my solioquy. It would seem that Netscape is suffering some sort of maths rounding problem since if I play with the browser window, pull it out ooh so slightly, a little at a time, I'll hit a point where the table is fully 100% wide. Pull it just a gnat's whisker more and pop, the table is short by four or five pixels again and stays so until I hit another 100% accurate sweet spot.
I guess the answer to my original question is, therefore, no, you can't use table-layout with fluid tables.