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2/12/2016 HTML Coding: Table: Widths and Heights, UWEC 1/3 r r Home LTS Help Desk Workshops Permission to Use HTML Coding Tables: Widths and Heights Note: The HTML pages are out­of­date and will not be updated. It is possible to manipulate the width and height of tables and individual cells by assigning a fixed size in pixels or a variable size determined by a proportion of the window. (Tables will vary from browser to browser if you use the proportion option.) To manipulate the height or width of an entire table, place the size attribute (either "WIDTH=" or "HEIGHT=") within the <TABLE> code. To manipulate individual cells, place the size attribute within the code for that cell. Notice that adjusting the size of one cell in a row or column affects all the corresponding cells. A Table With a Width 50% of the Width of the Window Red Green Blue Orange Yellow Purple <TABLE BORDER=1 WIDTH="50%"> <TR> <TD>Red</TD> <TD>Green</TD> <TD>Blue</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD>Orange</TD> <TD>Yellow</TD> <TD>Purple</TD> </TR>
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