Fun With HTML Tables

Written April 28. 2000, at 09:47 GMT.

This guy Phil Gyford is really really unafraid of pushing his use of HTML tables to the limit.

His code is not the cleanest code I've seen, but on the other hand it seems at times as if he manages to accomplish the impossible.

The pages are simple - yet hard to implement. Their impossiblility is subtle.


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