Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Thank you ucm.
This cleared many things for me. now what I need is a way to wrap the long word into 2 lines for example:.
And the new line size fit into my table size. in your example the second code worked fine but how can I do this with a text from database?Is that to add dash between words and how recognize words or how detect the word's size?.
I know this sounds stupid to ask here but if you know how to avoid abuse of sending these sorts of text to forum,comment, whatever please give me some tips..
It's not supid at all, we've all been there when it should makes sence but we're just miss'n a liiiittle something or other....
I would recommend using your asp to search the sizes of the words and if they are say too big then to insert a space in there at the specific locations in the string and Then print the word and goto the next one....
I didn't think of this before....
An even better way would be to let an anchor do the work for you.
Although I think this only works in ie5.x and later, if you want other browsers to do it then it will become a bit more complicated as you would need to have asp search each word ( before printing it to the user ) for it's length and break it up if it's too big... if you go the asp word search route, I would suggest creating a function with 2x parameters, the text string to search for too big of words and the max word length that no word can be bigger than....
Man! that's exactly what I want, thanks so much..
I have no clue where did you find this or how did you figur it out but however you did, it was great..
Im glad to have help ya out....
I found it by looking for a css poroperty to do something very simular to what you were going for....
Try your favorite search engine like google or yahoo for something like.
Quotes included to narrow the search even more ).
Btw, everything i've seen so far says that this only works on ie 5.x and up.
Some time ago, scout posted a link to where you can get a good list of css properties, if he reads this : please post that link again, I couldn't find it searching for it on the forum search thingy, my bad..