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Sizes

Browsers normally determine the width and height of each cell automatically, finding a balance between the available width for the entire table and the widths of the individual columns. Most browsers follow a recipe similar to the following:

  1. Try to format each cell without introducing line breaks. If the resulting table fits between the margins of the table’s parent, this will be the final layout.

  2. If the table won’t fit without adding line breaks in the cells’ content, try first to make the table exactly as wide as the parent’s margins allow. If the cells’ content can be broken into lines so that the table fits, this will be the chosen layout.

  3. If there is no possibility to make the table narrow enough to fit in the parent, make each column as narrow as possible, and let the table stick out on the right.


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