|Subject:||Same CSS, different width of page|
|Posted by:||Robert Prins (robe…@prino.org)|
|Date:||Mon, 1 Feb 2021|
I'm trying to convert existing html/css into something that's using more CSS and
less in-line styles, and I'm baffled by the fcat that one of the five pages is
refusing to honour the max-width.
The site is at <https://prino.neocities.org/www/chp/cover.html>, and you can
just click the title, and follow that by clicking the ">" arrow two times to
arrive at <https://prino.neocities.org/www/chp/report.html> and that page is
just wide, wide, wide.
I have the suspicion that this is caused by the fact that it uses a table to
format the page, and
sort of seems to confirm this, and I'd be grateful if anyone can confirm this.
And yes, this would be another reason to get rid of all the nested tables to
format the page!
Robert AH Prins
The hitchhiking grandfather - https://prino.neocities.org/indez.html
Some REXX code for use on z/OS - https://prino.neocities.org/zOS/zOS-Tools.html