Re: [xsl] Re: Re: dynamic html table generation

Subject: Re: [xsl] Re: Re: dynamic html table generation
From: Beverly Voth <bvoth@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2003 15:15:52 -0500
On 10/27/2003 3:11 PM, "Dimitre Novatchev" <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
whole or in part:

>> Would this be a problem -- 3 <td>'s in <tr> 1 & 2 and 2 <td>'s in the
>> remainder of the <tr>'s? Shouldn't there always be the same number of
>> columns or have a 'colspan' in there?
>> I didn't see any requirements in
>> "";, but have seen the
> browsers
>> go really wonky when all is not right with the world!
> This is not an XSLT-related question and I am not an HTML specialist.

Ah, but I thought there might be an XSLT clue on how to "pad-out" if the
columns don't fit neatly into the divisions. This could occur if you were
going across or down with a variable number of items, but a set number of
columns (or rows). The '</tr>' does not get written until the columns are
equal in the row.

I suppose I'd use the parameter in your example ("pcolSize") and force an
empty result until the columns are correct.

> However, one could find the answer to such a question more directly by
> simply viewing the output with the major browsers.
> With IE6 and Mozilla the answer is:
> No, this is not a problem.


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