I have a html, the problematic part is below. There is a table with two rows and three columns. There is another table inside the second row and second column. The tables are positioned absolutely. The problem is, when I give absolute position, the outer table is positioned respective to the page but the inner table is rendered differently by different browser’s.
Firefox takes it respective to the page and IE, I think is taking it relative to the table cell and so the inner table goes out. So it’s no more a table inside a table. I don’t know which browser is doing it correctly but I want it the firefox way.
below is the respective part of the code.
The problem is solved if I draw the tables independently but which I dont want.
Any thoughts would be very much helpful.
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