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I'm designing a website that is going to look like a newspaper. I'm using PHP to read in the articles of the "paper" which are in text files. I've split up the page into tables. I want to have the row lengths fixed (no scrolling bar). So if the article i read in overflows, it will jump over to the next column.
I've been trying to figure this out for awhile, but can't get anything to work. Is this even possible? Or will I just have to hard code in the articles into the HTML code? This is something i do NOT want to do because these articles will be changing alot, and the owner of the website wants to be able to change the articles without a lot of hassle. Is there a way to figure out where the text cursor is (what pixel it is at) while the PHP code is putting the article on the web page?
Thanks for any help.