This document demonstrates the problems that can occur when data tables have content that does not fit within the table's given width. For more information, please read the article How to prevent HTML tables from becoming too wide.
|Company 1||Europe||10 000||The_very_very_very_long_company_website_URL_goes_here|
|Company 2||Europe||10 000||This_company's_website_also_has_a_very_long_and_awkward_URL|
This text is just here to show what happens when the table's content forces it to become wider than the design can handle.
The following CSS is used for the table on this page:
border:1px solid #f00;
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