From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 05 2004 - 03:36:57 PDT
Table width="100%" means that content-rectangle of the table will be
as wide as content-rectangle of the parent reference-area. Borders are
drawn outside of the content rectangle and thus total width of the
table with borders became larger then available space. That is that
you have for the nested tables - their layout is over-constrained and
they get clipped on the right. If you remove width specification from
the tables you will achieve desired behavior.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
WD> The attached small example consists of three nested tables with borders
WD> and margins. The width of the table elements is set to "100%". Because
WD> everything is specified in the same way onf the left and right side I
WD> would expect the same visual effect on both sides. On the right side,
WD> however, the borders are all on top of each other. When I remove the
WD> width properties the result is as expected.
WD> I don't see why there is a difference. The width properties map to
WD> inline-progression-dimension in this case and because the containing
WD> block hasn't specified the width property, the percentage value should
WD> be treated as "auto".
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