Re: table-row height attribute
At 2004-03-09 16:35 -0500, I wrote:
But then, I'm not and wasn't on the committee itself, so this is conjecture based on my read of the specification. Can someone from the committee comment on this interpretation, please? I hate to mislead anyone, but the explanation above fits the evidence.
Wellllll ... I've been directed to:
where in section 17.5.3 it explicitly states that height= is a *minimum* value for the table row. So, "fixed" means the minimum is fixed, not that the row's height is fixed. Hmmmmmmmmm.
I sit corrected.
So, I guess my work-around of block-container really is an appropriate way.
I hope this helps.
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