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RE: Linearizing Tables

From: Steven McCaffrey <smccaffr@MAIL.NYSED.GOV>
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 14:12:02 -0400
Message-Id: <s8f1e153.004@mail.nysed.gov>
To: <bbailey@clark.net>, <kford@teleport.com>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

Bruce:
with your code:

<TR>
	<TD>
		<TABLE>
			<TR>
				<TH>Chino</TH>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Plain front</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Pleated</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Drawstring</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Cargo</TD>
			</TR>
		</TABLE>
	</TD>
	<TD>
	<TD>
		<TABLE>
			<TR>
				<TH>Poplin</TH>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Plain front</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Pleated</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Drawstring</TD>
			</TR>
		</TABLE>
	</TD>
	<TD>
		<TABLE>
			<TR>
				<TH>Active</TH>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Ripstop Hikers</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Cargo Water</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Tactel Adventure</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Knit Sport</TD>
			</TR>
			<TR>
				<TD>Knit Cargo</TD>
			</TR>
		</TABLE>
	</TD>
</TR>
I heard, with JFW 3.2 and IE 4.01:
Chino	
Plain front	
Pleated	
Drawstring	
Cargo	

Poplin	
Plain front	
Pleated	
Drawstring	

Active	
Ripstop Hikers	
Cargo Water	
Tactel Adventure	
Knit Sport	
Knit Cargo	
I still can't completely make sense of this, but it is a little better.
-Steve

 



Steve McCaffrey
Senior Programmer/Analyst
Information Technology Services
New York State Department of Education
(518)-473-3453
smccaffr@mail.nysed.gov
Member,
New York State Workgroup on Accessibility to Information Technology 
Web Design Subcommittee 
http://web.nysed.gov/cio/access/webdesignsubcommittee.html
Received on Monday, 10 April 2000 14:15:22 GMT

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