ROWSPAN

by Florence W Deems
This table has 3 rows, one red, one blue, one green.

<tr>
<td></td> <td></td>
<td></td> <td></td>
<td></td> <td></td>
</tr>
<tr></tr>
<tr></tr>




This table has 3 rows, one red, one blue, one green.
The yellow cell spans all 3 rows.


<tr>
<td rowspan=3></td> <td></td> <td></td>
<td></td> <td></td>
<td></td> <td></td>
</tr>
<tr></tr>
<tr></tr>


1st Row: <tr><td rowspan=3></td> <td></td> <td></td></tr>

2nd Row: Starts with the 1st blue cell. <tr><td></td> <td></td></tr>

3rd Row: Starts with the 1st green cell. <tr><td></td> <td></td></tr>




This table has 3 rows, one red, one blue, one green.
The yellow cell spans all 3 rows.


<tr>
<td></td> <td rowspan=3></td> <td></td>
<td></td> <td></td>
<td></td> <td></td>
</tr>
<tr></tr>
<tr></tr>


1st Row: <tr><td></td> <td rowspan=3></td> <td></td></tr>

2nd Row: Starts with the 1st blue cell and ends with the 2nd blue cell.
The yellow cell from the 1st row takes up the space in between the 2 blue cells.
<tr><td></td> <td></td></tr>

3rd Row: Starts with the 1st green cell. Yellow cell same as above.
<tr><td></td> <td></td></tr>


RULE: The rowspan number depends on
the number of rows that cell crosses.





Colspan ~ Combined Colspan & Rowspan

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