COMBINED
COLSPAN & ROWSPAN


by Florence W Deems
This table has 2 rowspan cells (dark and light blue)
and 2 colspan cells (both green).



1<tr>
<td
row
OspanO
=
3>
</td>
<td
row
span
=
2>
</td>
<td></td> <td></td>
<td colspan=2></td>
<td></td> <td></td> <td></td>
<td colspan=3></td> ---
<td></td>
---

</tr>

2<tr>

</tr>

3<tr>

</tr>

4<tr>

</tr>
Row 1: Starts with dark blue rowspan="3" cell.
Contains total of 4 cells.

Row 2: Contains only the green colspan="2" cell.

Row 3: Starts with a red cell. Contains 3 cells.

Row 4: Starts with green colspan="3" cell. Contains 2 cells.

HINT: Rowspan - If the top of a cell lies in a row,
then that cell is part of that row in the code.
If the middle or bottom of a cell is in a row,
it is not coded as a separate cell in that row.

Colspan - Just count the number of columns the cell spans.
Think of it as a bridge.




Colspan ~ Rowspan

Saturday 20th of October 2018 03:02:14 PM

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