|...of useful stuff here for others, I hope you don't delete any of it!|
|Posted Nov 1, 2011 11:55 am|
|Oh no, I don't plan to, at least not to the first couple of sections. In the back of my mind I have this idea of working it into an article someday.|
|Posted Nov 1, 2011 12:05 pm|
|Good to know. I realise this isn't an FAQ page but I sometimes get bold captions for tabulated thumb pictures even when there is no reason for that. Just doing:|
< table >
< th > [img:527960:alignleft:medium:Something] < /th >
< /table >
seems to cause bold captions. Any ideas?
|Posted Nov 1, 2011 3:37 pm|
|Only sometimes? The <&th> tag is the 'table header' and its contents should always be bold and centered.|
There is no requirement to have a table header though, and in fact I don't use it often. Mostly, I use the <td> tag, or 'table detail', instead.
|Posted Nov 1, 2011 4:14 pm|
|Ah thanks, I thought it meant 'thumb' for some reason, really have learnt by messing around, should think more about what these things do. td has sorted it. Will be able to improve a lot of my pages thanks to the ideas on here.|
|Posted Nov 1, 2011 4:30 pm|