Using tr in CSS worked for me Christine. TopStyle warned me that Netscape 4 doesn't support it which is no surprise, but otherwise it seemed to work fine. I just used the following in my stylesheet:
And in my html, called that with this in the row I wanted:
Greg you're right, I had missed that! Using incorrect align and valign settings was one of my most common mistakes in writing html until I started using a validator to find problems.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Greg Chapman" <greg@e...> wrote:
> Hi Christine,
> > Tell me, am I right or is it just me, that unlike plain html, if I where I
> > could do this:
> > <TR align="bottom"><TD> blah blah blah </TD><TD>blahblahblah</TD></TR>
> > and the align="bottom" would covers what occurs in the entire row,
> Oh no you couldn't! It would need to be "valign" :-)
> > CSS ignores the <TR> stuff and makes me put the align="bottom" into each
> > <TD> tag?
> > That's what I'm experiencing...