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  1. A working table which maintains a semblance of formatting as window width is changed from 50% to 100% of the usual landscape monitor is at http://www.electromontis.net/evoligion/_C/C11.shtml#T11.1 The code fragment that makes this work is ... <col width="110px"/> <col width="150px"/> <col /> <!-- This column absorbs width change --> <col width="40px"/> <thead> <tr><th>Instinct</th> <th>Synonyms</th> <th>Utility</th> <th>Chap</th></tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr class="red"> <
  2. According to the "HTML Elements and Valid Doctypes" page at "http://www.w3schools...ef_html_dtd.asp", the tags like 'thead', 'tbody', 'col', 'del', 'ins' are invalid for XHTML 1.1. But when I checked with the official DTD at "http://www.w3.org/TR...DTD/xhtml11.dtd", they all look properly included and valid elements for the xhtml1.1. I know that there are two versions of table modules supported by XHTML1.1 specification: one with 'thead', 'tbody', 'col' and another one without them(whick is called "Basic Table Module" if anyone cares). But I think the official DTD uses the one with those tags
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