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Position content using Div
I want to position it content from extreme right td to extreme left td

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Msg#: 3322514 posted 3:13 pm on Apr 26, 2007 (gmt 0)

I have the following table layout : Its like there are 3 tds with 20% on left, 60% on center and another 20% on right.

I have content in all 3 tds. Now I want to place the content from the last td on the extreme right to the first td on the extreme left. I know I can do this using div positioning and layers, but then I have to specify the positioning from top, left, etc.

The problem here is that i cannot simply decide on a fixed pixel positioning because it may look odd from page to page. Is there any other way I can do this? I mean like adding the text from the 3rd right td within div tags and then simply call a div id or something with the same number in the exact location where I would like it to display. It shouldn't be layered, but poositioned where I add the div id.

In a nutshell, I simply want to position the content from extreme right td to extreme left td after the text from the left td ends.

Please help!



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Msg#: 3322514 posted 11:25 am on Apr 27, 2007 (gmt 0)

Clear as mud!

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