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COLSPAN=0 doesn't work in I.E. 6.0...


How do I get a "TD" tag to span the entire width of a table if I don't know how many columns will be in the final table?

For instance:

<TABLE>
<TR>
    <TD colspan=0?>This is a title that I would like to span across the top of the next "n" columns"</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
    <TD>FIRST COLUMN</TD>
    <TD>SECOND COLUMN</TD>
    <TD>THIRD COLUMN</TD>
    .... plus up to 50 dynamically added columns....
</TR>
<TR>
    <TD>.... same as above but with different data....
</TR>
</TABLE>

-- Bubba
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bganoush
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GrandSchtroumpfCommented:
The proper element to use is CAPTION:
http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/html/tagpages/c/caption.htm

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>This is a title that I would like to span across the top of the next "n" columns"</CAPTION>
<TR>
    <TD>FIRST COLUMN</TD>
    <TD>SECOND COLUMN</TD>
    <TD>THIRD COLUMN</TD>
    .... plus up to 50 dynamically added columns....
</TR>
<TR>
    <TD>.... same as above but with different data....
</TR>
</TABLE>
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bganoushAuthor Commented:

Oh that's right.... I used that before...

Thanks Papa Smurf!
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GrandSchtroumpfCommented:
It's smurfly a smurf to smurf another smurf  <:°)
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bganoushAuthor Commented:

My son borrowed a Schtroumpf video from his school's library and has been begging me to sit with him to watch it... Just too busy.....

Have a smurfy day!
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