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Is there some of way of formatting these tables so that if we choose to leave a box empty, we don't get these ugly spaces? The borders of the boxes should be visible even if there is nothing in them. Adam 00:36, 5 May 2004 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I think that's a matter between you and your browser. In Opera (see a screenshot of mine here) the empty cells do have borders -- but, as I've just seen by opening the same page in ie6, that apparently doesn't apply to all browsers (and, yes, it does look tatty). I think you need a table guru -- maybe there's a switch to include in the table syntax that forces the cells to fill out? –Hajor 00:55, 5 May 2004 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I hacked it: put a into the "empty" cells and crappy IE doesn't fold the cell boundaries. -- 188.8.131.52 01:21, 5 May 2004 (UTC)Reply[reply]
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