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Subject: Re: FLASH: tables
From: John Croteau
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 1998 15:08:21 GMT

Hi Jason,

> I made my tables with Dreamweaver. What a mess! The code was fine but
> the tables seem to make things go awry.
I should have said Dreamweaver 2.0. I think you can make Netscape and
3.0 capatable tables in Dreamweaver 2.0 and without problems with Flash
if you don't nest tables.
I don't have a copy of Dreamweaver 2.0 installed now otherwise I would
recheck it myself. Most of the graphic tables (with and without Flash)
I have created or helped repair were hand coded long before Dreamweaver

If you can post a test URL with a short explanation of what is wrong,
we'll take a look.

>> The table problems with Flash are browser problems and not
>> Flash specific. There are solutions for all the problems. You can
>> solve these problems best by hand coding or using an advanced editor
>> such as Dreamweaver. Also, you should avoid the use of nested tables
>> and avoid using Javascript (such as in Aftershock) in tables or be
>> ready to document.write the complete table or table row.

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