I seem to continually have a hard time keeping track of what line of html code goes with what table when I have tables within tables.
I have to really study the code to determine "Now where does this table end?" especially when I've got tables within tables.
What do the "masters" of table nesting and html coding use to keep track of their code so they can easily determine what table tags (and all the tr's and td's that go within and without them) go with which table tags?
Any programs? I mean, it would be great if each table's code had all a different color from the code for another table. Is there anything like that that graphically or visually seperates the tables in html code. Or anything else (or tips) that the "masters" use?