Re: Stacked tables (I'll betcha this is a stupid question, but here goes):
by "Andrew Armstrong" <andrew(at)wisca.co.uk>
||Mon, 23 Jul 2001 18:28:19 +0100
Well, <br clear="all"> *does* work. Align=left allows text, or other tables,
to "flow" round the thing that is left aligned. Then insert a <br
clear="all"> when you reach the point that no more text should be allowed to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Berk/Devlin" <armadill(at)earthlink.net>
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2001 3:23 AM
Subject: RE: Stacked tables (I'll betcha this is a stupid question, but here
> Hey, all. I've gotten a bunch of answers.
> Many suggested <.br> after the <./table>. But I find I have to put many,
many of these in to work.
> What SEEMS to work is adding an align="left" into the <.table> tag, so it
becomes <.table align="left">.
> Let's see how many things I break when I try to make all those pages and
pages of tables stack.
> Thanks all!
> -----Original Message-----
> >... sometimes,
> >and I can't seem to figure out when, when I stack tables:
> >... The second table seems to misplace to the right, rather than under
the first table, and the last table seems to place itself to the right of
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