This one might fall into the "duh" category, but I recently found myself with a unique situation. I was consuming some HTML from a third party and the size of the content inside a
<table> was quite wide. The original solution was to set the overflow to allow for horizontal scrolling, but the results left a bit to be desired so I was asked to come up with a different solution. It's always tricky when displaying content where you don't control the markup, but that's part of the fun of being a developer I supposed.
For demo purposes, let's see the original content looked like so:
My original solution was to set all of the
display: block; which solved the horizontal scrolling problem, but it was still a bit rough on the eyes. That's when it hit me - there shouldn't be anything stopping me from using Bootstrap's
col-* classes on the
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