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Tables are a simple way to create lists, displayed in several rows both horizontally and vertically.
However, there's one major drawback: they cannot easily be altered.
For example, here's a great Tabled list: Voy.com/233001/.
(...based upon TE Shannon's original build, Voy/230100.)
In any case, this list is readily accessible, convenient, and user-friendly.
But, there's one enormous drawback!
...most Tables are difficult to alter. What if additions are necessary? Let's suppose, a new website is placed alphabetically under letter-L?
Unfortunately, it will disrupt the entire table sequence.
You'd have to alter each and every rowin order to solve this problem.
Luckily, there's a simple solution to this problem.
Transform each row into its own separate Table.
So, instead of creating one giant table; every row becomes a complete table.
(Thus, future altercations will only affect one specific line).
This method also has its drawbacks. Although it doesn't cosmetically suffer;
these Liberated tables will take vastly more HTML code.
Thus, I've rarely used this here on Voy forums.
Here it is:
The Rows are now DISTINCTIVE and expandable
....and, so on; and, so on...
Please refer to bottom-of-page to view the entire HTML code
...along with added info: (Row1) (Row2) (Row3) (Row4) (Row5) (Row6)
...and since we're altering Tables, here's another method;
wider lines within the Tables:
(note: This page is using basic HTML.
There are current CSS methods which offer superior techniques)
Interestingly, Tables can also be used for making Titles:
Plus, this oddity:
|This method will change the Color of Text!(in this case, I'm using White)
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