Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module W505. This module is presented on Private Courses
and Specially Run Courses
Whatever language you're using to write your web applications, your user will be entering data via web forms. This module includes an example of each of the major types of elements that you can use in a form; later on, you may wish to refer back as you're writing your code.
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|1493||Comparison - cellpadding versus cellspacing|
What's the difference between cellpadding and cellspacing in a table cell?
Cellpadding adds space all around a table cell - so if you set cellpadding to 2 pixels, you're adding 4 pixels between the data in neighboring cells. But cellspacing controls the space between the cells, so specifying 2 will ...
|887||HTML tables - telling whats wrong from the display|
Tips on tables .... or how to spot the bug based on what's wrong on the display.
* If text that SHOULD appear in an HTML table appears above the table, then you've not put that text in a <td>...</td> tag set; it's very common for people to add un-necessary <br> tags to move on to the ...
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Tables, table rows, table data.
Within a cell ...
Within the table ...
Positioning and sizing the table.
Ruling the table.
Joining cells; table headings.
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