[thelist] Table Problem

Candace Maynard Candace.Maynard at popart.com
Wed Jan 10 19:58:27 CST 2001

Hello!  I thought i might point out that specs aside, if you are
interested in becoming XHTML compliant or having happy CSS compliance,
splitting your tags is not a good idea.  

-----Original Message-----
From: Tijs Teulings [mailto:tijs at framfab.nl]
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 3:10 PM
To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
Subject: Re: [thelist] Table Problem

Browsers are not W3C compliant so my code isn't either ;-)

But I must admit your solution serves both purposes.

Hi! i'm new to this list, sorry if i start off a bit harsh...


> >
> >This usually works since the form now falls 'outside of the 
> >document flow'.
> And outside specification. :) If you run a page with the code above
> the W3C validator, it will throw a long list of errors all related to
> two tags.
> Brent, since you only have one form on this page, you can put the
> <form></form> pair outside the first table like this:
> <body>
>  <form>
>   <table>
>    [...buncha stuff...]
>   </table>
>  </form>
> </body>
> It collapses that cell around your <input> and validates as well. 

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