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First off, What is a good ecomerence iPage web hosting company to go through? Hoping for any response. Second question of mine... Hello,.

I am trying to put a pedigree for a friends pets into a table format. I have been using the rowspan tag so far with no problems to show offspring of the parent. But on the very last animal (Shawnee) I am not able to get his three kids (Emily, Elvis and Blue Storm)to be next to his cell. You can see where it works earlier with Heidi and her offspring. What am I missing?.

I have linked the iPage site below..

Thanks!!.

Lindsay.

Http://www.angelfire.com/al4/patesfu...m/pedigree.htm..

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

Morrow. Do you know **** of HTML? <td> tag's don't need anything in them. They can be there to just fill up space that is not being used. If you knew HTML, you would know what I am speaking of. Moron..

EDIT: Here we go smartass. The <TD> tags are there to do something called, CREATIVITY...

Comment #2

Ok,.

I cleaned it up a little and checked for tags I forgot to close. I was able to get all three of the kids (Elvis, Emily and Blue Storm) on the same line- but I can't get it on the same line next to Shawnee. At least Shawnee is 3 rows deep now.

Any other suggestions?.

Thanks!!.

Lindsay.

Http://www.angelfire.com/al4/patesfu...m/pedigree.htm..

Comment #3

There is probably a much better way of doing this, but the night is getting long and thinking is just not there. Try this....

<table border="1"><tr>.

<th>1st gen</th><th>2nd gen</th><th>3rd gen</th><th>4th gen</th>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Bluebell</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="3">Eve</td><td>Evie Jr.</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>HT's Felicity</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>HT's Eeyore</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="2">Tempest</td><td>Milk Duds</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Buttercup</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Gizelle</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="3">Heidi</td><td>Heidi Jr.</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Hayley</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Heiden</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="2">Rosey</td><td>Rosalie</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Rahja</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="3">Shawnee</td><td>Emily</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Elvis</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Blue Storm</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr></table>..

Comment #4

Looks pretty good, and thanks for your help. That gives me Elvis, Emily and Blue Storm all on the same line, but I need them in the next column after Shawnee- I will try to do it below but not sure if it will get messed up or not..

Col 2 &nbsp &nbsp Col 3 &nbsp &nbsp Col 4.

RahjaShawneeEmily.

&nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp&nbsp &nbsp -Elvis.

&nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp-Blue Storm.

I left column one out from above..

Lindsay..

Comment #5

Perhaps this then?.

<table border="1"><tr>.

<th>1st gen</th><th>2nd gen</th><th>3rd gen</th><th>4th gen</th>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Bluebell</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="3">Eve</td><td>Evie Jr.</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>HT's Felicity</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>HT's Eeyore</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="2">Tempest</td><td>Milk Duds</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Buttercup</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Gizelle</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="3">Heidi</td><td>Heidi Jr.</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Hayley</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Heiden</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="4">Rosey</td><td>Rosalie</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td><td>&amp;nbsp;</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td rowspan="3">Rahja</td><td rowspan="3">Shawnee</td><td>Emily</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Elvis</td>.

</tr><tr>.

<td>Blue Storm</td>.

</tr></table>..

Comment #6

Sorry about going off subject there clazoo. Just going throught some problems right now. Glad you got it working to you likeing...

Comment #7

Thank you so much everybody, especially Htmlite, my friend will be so excited to see this working! I really appreciate the time you took to help a newbie..

Lindsay..

Comment #8

It can still break in some browsers. Check the last few [.

Nesting errors.

] in the code, as well as several other minor things..

Add.

Type="text/javascript".

To every.

<script>.

Tag..

Add.

Alt="some text".

To every.

<img >.

Tag, the text reflecting what is in the dispayed image. On unimportant images, like spacer elements, a minimum of.

Alt="".

Is fine. For bullet-point images,.

Alt="*".

Is often used. Search engines do index the.

Alt.

Text. The.

Alt.

Attribute is a.

Required.

Element..

Check the nesting errors that remain...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.