Fancier Table Stuff


all the changes on these tables are to the {table} tag, so I will only show the table tag in the examples
Here is a plain table: {table border}
onetwo
threefour

Here's a table with a thicker border: {table border=5}
onetwo
threefour

Here's a table with a border color: {table border=5 bgcolor="#0000ff"}
onetwo
threefour

Here's a table with a background: {table border=5 background="http://members.tripod.com/~KaronAnn/background/castle.gif"}
one fourtwo three
three twofour one

Here's a table with a border color: {table border=5 bordercolor="#0000ff"}
one fourtwo three
three twofour one

Here's a table with border and background color: {table border=5 bordercolor="#0000ff" bgcolor="#00ffff"}
one fourtwo three
three twofour one

Nested Tables

I'm not sure what I'd use a nested table for, but it is possible
to put one table inside of another.

Example #1:
This html:
{table border=5 background="http://members.tripod.com/~KaronAnn/background/castle.gif"}

{tr}{td}one four{td}two three{/td}{/tr}

{table border=5 bgcolor="#0000ff"}

{tr}{td}one{td}two{/td}{/tr}

{tr}{td}three{td}four{/td}{/tr}

{/table}

{tr}{td}three two{td}four one{/td}{/tr}

{/table}

will produce:

one fourtwo three
onetwo
threefour
three twofour one
Example #2: This html: {table border=5 background="http://members.tripod.com/~KaronAnn/background/castle.gif"} {tr}{td}one four(/td}{/tr} {table border=5 bgcolor="#0000ff"} {tr}{td}one{td}two{/td}{/tr} {tr}{td}three{td}four{/td}{/tr} {/table} {tr}{td}three two{/td}{/tr} {/table} will produce:
one four
onetwo
threefour
three two