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- Formatting html tables
May 27, 2008, 10:24 am
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I have a problem with formatting tables.
I have such code (it is not the exact code I have but I simplified the
<table style="border: 1px solid black;"> //table 1
<table style="border: 1px solid black;"> //table2
I know that such code is not so good, but please write me how I can achieve
I would like both "table1" and "table2" to have the same equal heights. I
would like to
build such "table1" and "table2" which will have equal heights i.e.
if "table1" will have 3 "records" of "test" word separated by <br> tag, the
height of "table2" should fit to "table1"
if "table2" will have 3 "records" of "test" word separated by <br> tag, the
height of "table1" should fit to "table2".
I also add that both "table1" and "table2" have border lines rounded by the
Please help me
Every help really apprieciated
Re: Formatting html tables
Rule of thumb: You are allowed to use a simple layout table, with no
nested tables, and with no pixel-width settings, if you find this
simpler to do than CSS formatting. Otherwise, stay away from using
tables for layout, as opposite to using them for tabular data
You should have posted the exact URL. You have now isolated the
important part away from your snippet, and you are not helping us to
help you to find a better approach than nested tables.
Why would we help you to do something that you (and we) know to be
Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")