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Inside MSDN: Consuming MSDN Web Services

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Get the inside track on how the MSDN team uses Web Services to power MSDN2.

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I am developing a CompositeDataBoundControl that is basically a 'table' inside a 'div', in order to limit the size of the Control and use the scrolling capabilities of the 'div' tag ('RenderBeginTag("div"). So essentially the control is; <div style="overflow:auto;width:400px;height:300px;"> <table style="table-layout:fixed;">   My problem/question has to do with the capabilities claimed by MSDN of the CSS Attribute 'Table-Layout'. See; http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms531161(v=VS.85).aspx   One of the essential goals of my Control is to limit the width and height of 'Cells' (<td>'s) in the table and let the content be clipped.  MSDN says one can do this by setting the 'width' property of each Cell in the first row of the table. I have no problem with this and it works just fine.   My problem is that MSDN also claims that one can set the height property of each row and that any wrapping of text is 'clipped' and the row height is maintained. See Remarks section; "If the row height is specified, wrapped text is clipped when it exceeds the set height".  I can't make this happen. Any time whitespace occurs in the cell content, and the content exceeds the cell width, the content is wrapped to a new line and the row/cell height is adjusted automatically to fit all the content. In other words it appears that MSD
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