[pmwiki-users] Simple example of problem with table directives andIE7.

DaveG pmwiki at solidgone.com
Fri Jan 11 13:54:07 CST 2008

A solution is to add   after the empty cell declarative. Someone may
be able to help change the markups to automate this.

 ~ ~ David

On Fri, 11 Jan 2008 14:32:17 -0500, Robert Gann <gannr at hartwick.edu> wrote:
>      Here is the code.� If you have used table directives, you know
> that this should produce a table whose first row holds four cells
> with the letters A, B, C< and D.� The second row should have the
> letter E, a blank cell, another blank cell, and the letter F.� In
> IE7, the two blank cells are merged as if I had used a colspan
> attribute.� In other browsers, all seems to be well.� Does anyone
> have any suggestions?
>  (:table border=1 cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0:)
>  (:cellnr:) '''A'''
>  (:cell:) '''B'''
>  (:cell:) '''C'''
>  (:cell:) '''D'''
>  (:cellnr:) E
>  (:cell:) 
>  (:cell:) 
>  (:cell:) F
>  (:tableend:)
>  Not using IE7 is not an option.� At my school, every student has a
> notebook computer and about half have IE7.� I use PmWiki for all my
> classes, so I need to find a solution.
>  Thanks in advance for any assistance you are able to give me.

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