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Inserting A Table Into The Fckeditor


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Guest ashleyjonn

Hi there,

I have designed a table that I need to place on a product page and entered it in the FCKeditor in two different ways as follows:

1 - I copy the table and pasted into the editor as normal

2 - I clicked the source button in the editor and pasted the html code for the table which is:

<table width="558" cellspacing="1" border="2" style="border-collapse: collapse; width: 419pt; font-family: Arial;" bordercolor="#E6E6E6">

<col width="121" style="width: 91pt;"></col> <col width="235" style="width: 176pt;"></col> <col width="202" style="width: 152pt;"></col>

<tbody>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td width="121" height="48" style="height: 36pt; width: 91pt;" class="xl24" rowspan="2" bgcolor="#C0C0C0"><font size="2">Display</font></td>

<td width="235" style="width: 176pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Screen</font></td>

<td width="202" style="width: 152pt;" class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Resolution</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="48" style="height: 36pt;" class="xl24" rowspan="2" bgcolor="#C0C0C0"><font size="2">Memory</font></td>

<td class="xl25"><font size="2">Compatible Memory Cards</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Internal Memory</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="72" style="height: 54pt;" class="xl24" rowspan="3" bgcolor="#C0C0C0"><font size="2">Functions</font></td>

<td class="xl25"><font size="2">Interface</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Digital Formats</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Others Functions</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="120" style="height: 90pt;" class="xl24" rowspan="5" bgcolor="#C0C0C0"><font size="2">General Information</font></td>

<td class="xl25"><font size="2">Accessories Included</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Optional Accessories</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Dimensions</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Weight</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

<tr height="24" style="height: 18pt;">

<td height="24" style="height: 18pt;" class="xl25"><font size="2">Power Supply</font></td>

<td class="xl25"> </td>

</tr>

</tbody>

</table>

However when I save and view the product page it seems to appear over to the right behind the boxes, please take a look at http://www.jooju.co.uk/index.php?act=viewP...amp;productId=3 to see what I mean.

Can anyone help with how I would stop this?

Thanks guys!! laugh.gif

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Guest ashleyjonn

I've just discovered it's a browser problem!

I use firefox at the moment and it doesnt seem to work in that, however when I view the site in IE it's works fine!

Any idea's how I might fix this?

Thanks once again!

Ash

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