This is a work-around for what seems to be an IE bug here, but it's very hackish. Replace the CSS definitions for the tables with the following:
posted 13 years ago
Yuriy solve the problem of showing them next to each other, but there is still a problem lets assume that there is data in each row 3 times (or more) the data which is "1" , at a point the second table will go down "under" the first one !
[ July 07, 2005: Message edited by: moh sak ]
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