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Written by kerry
8 months ago
Category: General
55 posts since Sun, 01 Dec 13
I cant find anyplace that does this so
I did it this way. it works

if you export a table as html
befor you put it in your website do the following

just after the body tag
replace this
<body>
<table caption="notes (29 rows)">

with this
</head><body>
<table style="width: 100%;" caption="contacts (29 rows)">

so the table and text will srink and grow with changing computer
screen modes in any size window. but do not
change the number of rows

Written by BubikolRamios
8 months ago
327 posts since Thu, 14 Jan 10
Is this even valid ? As far as I can se caption is standard tag, not attribute.
Written by TTSneko
8 months ago
41 posts since Thu, 19 Jul 12
BubikolRamios, you are right, Anse has two errors in his HTML header. Even in XHTML Transitional, this:

<meta name="GENERATOR" content="HeidiSQL 8.2.0.4675">



should be:

<meta name="GENERATOR" content="HeidiSQL 8.2.0.4675" />[code]

(added ' /' as tag closer). And of course, the CAPTION tag is not part of the TABLE element, it should read:

[code]<table><caption>Notes (29 rows)</caption>



Kerry CAN use:

<table width="100%"><caption>Notes (29 rows)</caption>



, that is however a DEPRECATED use. As I noted before, the width addition should preferably be used in the line:

table {border-collapse: collapse;}



as in:

table {border-collapse: collapse; width:100%;}



But then you newer know, Kerry possibly copy/pasted the whole TABLE element into an own page, thus losing the original formatting (per STYLE) and was thus forced to imrovise. In that case, Kerry should use:

<table style="width:100%;"><caption>Notes (29 rows)</caption>



instead, as that is the W3C-valid declaration. Otherwise, different browsers may render different results.
 

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