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Exactly fit column(s) width to table width
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Exactly fit column(s) width to table width 8 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0
Is there a way to exactly fit the column width to the table width?

What I mean is this: if you have a table of four columns each of width 100 and you set the table width to 400, the four columns do not fit in a table width of 400. (I'm using JFlexTable.)

By trial and error, you can get close, but there is always white space left over.

There are two scenarios, with and without scroll bar; but the scroll bar is also a known width - essentially just another column of width x.

A closely related question is exactly fitting row heights to table height.
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#1795
Re:Exactly fit column(s) width to table width 8 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 671
Hello,

Sorry for delay. Regadring to your question, you could create CSS template with the following code:

.flexigrid div.hDivBox
{
padding-right: 0px !important;
}

.flexigrid div.bDiv table
{
margin-bottom: 0px !important;
}

.flexigrid div.bDiv
{
height: auto !important;
}

It should help to remove unnecessary spaces and fit row height to table heigh.

Regards,
ARI Soft
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Re:Exactly fit column(s) width to table width 8 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0
I get it - after I install the extension and enter my data, all matters of appearance are a function of the CSS. That makes sense; I'm still learning. I am hiring a designer to modify my templates and CSS files once I have the content and structure built. I will have them work on this.

Thanks for answering the question, even if it wasn't actually a product support issue.

Your product and your support are outstanding.
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