It is possible to generate HTML code for tables with specified text in the cells, as will be shown in this example.
The following table was taken from a webpage (now gone) by Stanton McCandlish:
THE M[A]CCANDLISH TARTAN threads per color Tartan 02 02 24 12 02 04 02 02 24 02 06 Red version Ye Bk Rd Bk Cr Bk Cr Bk Cr Bk Az Green version Ye Bk LG Bk Gn Bk Gn Bk Gn Bk Az
To create this table with Table Creator we begin with a table of five rows and twelve columns, then left-click on the first cell to bring up the cell specification window. We specify a column span of 12, ALIGN=CENTER, a font size of +1 and enter the text of the cell, enclosed in <B>...</B> to obtain boldface:
After clicking on Accept we have:
Now we position the cursor on the cell at row 2 column 2 and left click to open the cell specification window, then specify a column span of 11, and enter <I>threads per color</I> as the cell content, then click on Accept to obtain:
Note that the content of cells in column 1 of rows 3, 4 and 5 is centered. To obtain this we left click on the cell at row 3 column 1 and specify ALIGN=CENTER:
We repeat this with the cells at row 4 column 1 and at row 5 column 1.
Now we left click on each of the cells in the bottom three rows and enter the text, with <B>...</B> and <I>...</I> tags, and font face, as needed, for example:
Eventually we obtain:
We want a value of 5 for the border, cell padding and cell spacing, so we click on Specify width, etc. and enter these values:
We specify the output file as, say, ex2.htm, and click on Create table. The result may be seen here (except that in Version 8.00 and later the HTML tags are in lower case), and the table appears in a browser as above.
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