As we’ve seen in the previous chapter, using table display properties offers a whole new bag of tricks to the designer. This approach can simplify CSS layout and allow exciting new opportunities. If questions are now springing into your mind, this chapter will help to provide some answers and help you on your way to understanding the potential of CSS table layouts.
The examples we’ve seen so far have been concerned with fixed-width layouts. We can also use CSS tables to create the flexible layouts—columns that resize to the width of the user’s screen—often referred to as liquid layouts.
If we set the containing
100%, the table will take up the whole width of ...