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Subject: HTML Tables

Post Posted: 13 Nov 2007, 03:27

Is there no easy way out in creating messy HTML Tables? :B I'm hoping someone could show me some piece of code-generating software or online application that allows easier construction of HTML tables. It's for some school project I'm doing.

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Subject: Re: HTML Tables

Post Posted: 13 Nov 2007, 11:22

GTD-Carthage wrote:Is there no easy way out in creating messy HTML Tables? :B I'm hoping someone could show me some piece of code-generating software or online application that allows easier construction of HTML tables.

It depends on what exactly do you expect.
Notepad (or better Notepad++/Notepad2) are easy-to-use texteditors and the're enough for me for most HTML coding.
If you're looking for WYSIWYG type of editor then sorry, I can't give you a hand here.
If you mean the table is meant to be huge think about server-side scripting, it might be the easiest solution.
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Post Posted: 13 Nov 2007, 14:16

notepad and this page...
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Post Posted: 13 Nov 2007, 15:56

I know how to code tables you know. :P I'm just too lazy to keep typing td's and tr's over and over again and the screen tends to get messy eventually.

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Post Posted: 14 Nov 2007, 09:22

Frontpage 2003 will do it in a blink.

You can do it in WYSIWYG and switch to code tab to see/edit the HTML code. I've been using it for years to maintain my websites.

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Post Posted: 16 Nov 2007, 00:48

Tables are outdated...don't use them for design things. Rather use Div's (CSS).

Edit: Uhm...it's late! I know that's exactly what you don't want to know.^^
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Post Posted: 16 Nov 2007, 14:47

css is better... cleaner but also harder to set up.
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