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M KumarBasotia
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Hi
I am new to JSF, am basically displaying set of data. Below is code snippet.
<t:panelGrid id="subPanel3" columns="4" style="width:100%">
<t:column id="subColDesc" style="width:60%">
<hutputText id="desc" value="TCP/IP, SCJP ,SCWCD, English Reading Skill" styleClass="uservalues"></hutputText></t:column>

<t:column id="subColFeedback1" style="width:20%">
<h:commandLink id="thumb1" styleClass="imagestyle">
<h:graphicImage id="ThumbsUp" styleClass="feedbackimagestyle" value="/images/thumbsup.jpg"
width="15" height="15" >
</h:graphicImage>
</h:commandLink>

<h:graphicImage id="blankimg" styleClass="feedbackimagestyle" value="/images/blank.jpg"
width="15" height="15">
</h:graphicImage>

<h:commandLink id="thumb0" styleClass="imagestyle">
<h:graphicImage id="ThumbsDown" styleClass="feedbackimagestyle" value="/images/thumbsdown.jpg"
width="15" height="15" >
</h:graphicImage>
</h:commandLink>
</t:column>

<t:column id="blank11" style="width:20%">
<hutputText id="b11" value=" "/>
</t:column>
</t:panelGrid>

Here the issue is based on the
<hutputText id="desc" value="TCP/IP, SCJP ,SCWCD, English Reading Skill" styleClass="uservalues"></hutputText>

my width / alignment of rest of the columns get changed, if "desc" is further big all the rest of the columns will not be vertically aligned.

Can someone suggest how to keeps my images aligned vertically, or how to fix the width of the first column. Its very urgent.

Thanks
MB
[ June 18, 2008: Message edited by: M KumarBasotia ]
 
Joe Matthew
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You will need to adjust the columns manually by changing the width to accomodate the text in the other column. I suggest a horizontal scroll bar.
 
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