Most frustrating? Anything involving IE, but that's a safe answer. No, my most frustrating experience (to this day) is getting tables to behave responsively on mobile screens. Not easy when the tables in questions contain dozens of columns with hundreds of rows and mostly rely on fixed widths to render the text the way the client wants. So if you have a client who doesn't understand how hyphenation and word break work, I know how you feel.

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    You can wrap it on div and set overflow-x: auto
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    @devTea Thanks! I'll give that a shot next time :)
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    "Back then"(tm), everyone was good with tables. We had to because we didn't have much else. We even had to use buckets to get electricity from the power plant home.
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