I want to create a header-body-footer table for a web page, the header and footer are fine, but my problem is with the body section. I want to divide it into three cells and I want the middle cell to be 800 pixels in width and centered to the middle, and I want the left and right cells to take the rest of the remaining percent of the page width (if any). I don't want to make their width fixed in terms of pixels, but rather I want it to be in terms of percentage. (Each cell would have a width of: (100% - 800 pixels "width of the middle cell")/2 ) Is there any way to do that?
Obviously you're not that good at HTML either or you wouldn't be asking this question. Either the "tag soup" solution or the CSS one you're going to have to learn it. And if you're going to learn something you might as well learn the right one. Hie yourself to the CSS forum!
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