Re: Stacked tables (I'll betcha this is a stupid question, but here goes):
by EmeraldSpirit <emerald_spirit(at)yahoo.com>
||Mon, 23 Jul 2001 12:49:33 -0700 (PDT)
Hi there list!
What does the clear="all" do in a BR tag? I've never
seen it before, and have had fine luck without it in
--- Berk/Devlin <armadill(at)earthlink.net> wrote:
> Looks like Andrew's got it. <.br clear="all> needs
> to be there.
> Here's an array of HTML for your delectation.
> If you view the source at
> http://www.armadillosoft.com/cmc/, you will see a
> nested table about 5 lines up from the bottom.
> Now, look at
> In this version, I un-nested the table, and placed a
> simple <.br> between the two tables. Notice how my
> validator icon and armadillo icon are now pushed all
> the way to the right and top of the table that they
> are supposed to follow.
> And then, look at
> In this version, I use un-nested tables, with a <.br
> clear="all"> between the two. And everything's in
> its rightful place.
> Ya learn sumthin' new ev'ry day 'round here! Thanks
> At 09:16 AM 7/23/01 +0100, Andrew Armstrong wrote:
> >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>
> >To: <hwg-techniques(at)mail.hwg.org>
> >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!
> >> --Emily
> >> -----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
> >the second.
> ~ Emily Berk
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