The HTML <col> width Attribute is used to specify the width of <col> element. It sets the fixed width of column element. In general, the width of <col> element is the width needed to display its content.
<col width="pixels | % | relative_length">
- pixels: It sets the width of <col> attribute in terms of pixels.
- %: It sets the width of <col> attribute in terms of percentage (%).
- relative_length: It sets the width of <col> element attribute relative to its other content.
Note: The <col> width attribute is not supported by HTML 5.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by HTML <col> width attribute are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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