Your question really is
"how do I lock a table's size?"
Templates have nothing to do with it. An editable region is not a layout
A table can be built so that it has a minimum size, but there is not a way
to make one have a maximum size. If your content stretches the table, it
But you can structure your pages so that the stretch in one part doesn't
affect another part -
Go here [url]http://www.vendel.info/tabletut/[/url]
and then go to the table tutorials at the DW FAQ link in my sig.
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"SW1000XG" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bem0d1$i97$1forums.macromedia.com...table for the page has been sized to fit the screen properly, but my problem> I have created a template with a single editable region. The main outer
is, depending on the content placed into the editable region, the outer
table still changes size, thus making each pages table borders appear
different sizes.of the editable region so page dimensions cannot change? Obviously this>
> Is there a way of locking either the outer table size, or locking the size
would mean a finite amount of information would be allowed in the editable
region, but consistancy is what im looking to acheive.>
> Anyone help?
> Many thanks