re: Stacked tables (I'll betcha this is a stupid question, but here goes):
by Joyce Bock <joycebock(at)chartermi.net>
||Sun, 22 Jul 2001 21:14:30 -0400
After the table, use <br clear="all"> instead of <p>.
This will force the second table to drop down instead of displaying to
the side of the first.
> From: Berk/Devlin <armadill(at)earthlink.net>
> Date: Sun Jul 22, 2001 07:09:18 PM US/Eastern
> To: hwg-techniques(at)mail.hwg.org
> Subject: Stacked tables (I'll betcha this is a stupid question, but
> here goes):
> Long ago, in Internet time, anyway, way back on Fri, 01 Jun 2001
> 09:44:41 -0700, Kimiko Drew <macruimmon(at)earthlink.net> wrote:
>> At 02:31 PM 6/1/01 +0200, Klaas De Waele wrote:
>>> CC'd to techniques, because I think it will learn some people they
>>> put a heavy page in a table.
>>> - Kayjey -
>> Something I usually do when I have a page with lots of info going into
>> tables, is to try and break those tables up. For example, One table
>> can be broken into three tables, with a header table, a middle table
>> (at least one) and a footer table. ...
> Sounded like great advice and I want to take it. But I find that
> 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.
> So, instead of
> header table
> middle table
> footer table
> What's displayed is:
> header table middle table footer table
> To solve this, I have to put lots and lots and lots and LOTS of
> <.p></p> in there. And then, I get the mess again as soon as I change
> the width of my browser page or change the number of lines in an
> earlier table.
> Is there something that I'm supposed to put between stacked tables to
> keep them stacked on the straight and narrow?
> ~ Emily
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