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Old 12-15-2008, 08:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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LOL sweet. That will help definitely with large groups of data that never fixes into columns.

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So wait... that educational post... are both tables supposed to look the same? B/c I"m on FF3.0 and they look the same to me.
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So wait... that educational post... are both tables supposed to look the same? B/c I"m on FF3.0 and they look the same to me.
Also looks the same to me in FF2.0 and IE7.0
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Old 12-17-2008, 06:39 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Extra lines before tables???

Just to try out the tables I reformatted some data that aerohead posted.
It appears that each line in the table generates a line of padding above the table?
At least that's how it appears in Firefox 2.0 and IE7.0.
Here is the post http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...html#post79080
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Old 12-17-2008, 07:14 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Each of your carriage returns are being honored *within* the table. When I delete the carriage returns, it works :

TABLE STARTS ON NEXT LINE
The carMercedes-Benz 111/III
Height1,029mm(41.16 inches)
Width1,688mm(67.5 inches)
Length(competition)4,784mm(191.36 inches)
Curb Weight1,347 kg(2,965 pounds)
...etc......etc...
Truncated Boat-Tail Length700mm(28 inches)
PERFORMANCE.
Top Speed @ Nardo Test-Track,Italy315.157 km/h(195.398MPH)-continuous 24-hour driving
Fuel Economy6.26 km/l(14.7mpg) @ 195.398 mph

TABLE ENDS ABOVE THIS LINE

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Is there an "ignore carriage return" for line endings option?

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Each of your carriage returns are being honored *within* the table. When I delete the carriage returns, it works :
Good catch. Thanks.
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Sorry, no easy fix, other than putting all the table code on a single line.

If it's a complex table, you could always build it in a text editor and strip out the CRs when you're done before you post it in the forum.
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Diving into form submission code is always fun. Could be done with:

PHP Code:
$table_strings = array("[table]".chr(10), "[tr]".chr(10), "[/tr]".chr(10), "[/td]".chr(10));
$table_replace = array("[table]""[tr]""[/tr]""[/td]");
    
$submit_text str_replace($table_strings$table_replace$submit_text); 
or similar before the database submission, probably inside whatever function is used to clean up the text.
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Maybe you could add an "Insert Table" button to the Advanced Posting Editor.
When clicked it just inserts the material in the quote below (or something similar).
This would make it easier for people to discover putting tables in posts.
Quote:
(Carriage returns between table tags appear just below this line.)




Data - Row 1, Col 1 Data - Row 2, Col 2
Example Table:
Carriage returns within data appear within the table cell.



Carriage returns between table tags are not required and appear above the table.
Spaces at start of lines are eaten by the BB software.
Data - Row 3, Col 3 Data - Row 3, Col 4

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