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Language: Web Development
Expertise: Beginner
Sep 28, 1998

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Side-by-side Tables

Question:
I have noticed that some sites have tables that sit side-by-side. I can never duplicate this behavior with my HTML scripts. Do you have any suggestions?

Answer:
Positioning two tables side-by-side usually involves three tables, not two.

There will be a "parent" table that has one row and two columns. A second and third table will be inserted into the two columns of the "parent" table. To hide the fact that a "parent" table is used, set the "border" parameter on the parent table to 0 (zero). The following HTML will accomplish this:

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