Re: <TR ALIGN> vs. <TD ALIGN>

Subject: Re: <TR ALIGN> vs. <TD ALIGN>
From: Sabahat Ashraf <sabahat_ashraf -at- MENTORG -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 09:40:49 EST

On Jan 21, 10:00pm, Kristine J. Olberg wrote:
> Subject: Re: <TR ALIGN> vs. <TD ALIGN>
> There isn't a good reason if the HTML is constructed by hand. However,
> quite a bit of HTML is generated by software (FrontPage, HoTMetaL, Hot Dog,
> etc.), so I wouldn't care how it's coded as long as it looks the way I
> want...

... until the time comes to edit a page and you realize that the only way to
update a table is to go into the code and edit the tages *in ever cell*.

Sabahat.

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