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Re: CSS table
If only it were that simple I would not be bothering you. If you were to
look at the local history pictures on my site, you would see that the
standard layout for the inserted page is a 2 column, 3 row table with a
button top right, image centre left with text in row below. However when
the image is wide and narrow I put the button above the image to
prevent/reduce scrolling right.
Sometimes there can be several small images with bits of text surrounding.
That's a bit of a fiddle and has required table below table, or even table
inside table to achieve.
Jim on Tyneside UK
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Re: CSS table
If you try to replace layout tables with CSS positioning without first
understanding what the CSS is really doing (and probably rethinking your
document structure), then you are quite likely to end up with a hacked
up mess. Then you'll throw your hands up in the air, declare that CSS
doesn't work, and go back to layout tables.
Take the time to actually learn the technology you're trying to use and
you'll have better results with less frustration. And as with anything
else, you'll get faster at it with practice.
BTW, did you really find it necessary to post this message 4 times?
And please don't top-post in this newsgroup.
Reply email address is a bottomless spam bucket.
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