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Formatting text in a repeating table in my template
I am using a repeating table in my template for my home page. The table will
be used to add text based hyperlinks to news articles. By default, the rows of
content appear directly underneath eachother making it difficult to discern one
title from the next. I would like to simply put a space in between each table
row to seperate the titles. I have tried putting a <br> inside the code to be
repeated so the space will occur after each region but for some reason,
depending on where you put the <br> it either does nothing or puts all of the
breaks on top of the hyperlinks pushing them farther down the page. My current
code looks like this:
<!-- TemplateBeginRepeat name="newsArticles" -->
<td valign="top"><span class="style8"><!-- TemplateBeginEditable
name="newsLink" -->Insert news links here. Click the "+" sign to add a new row
<!-- TemplateEndEditable --></span></td>
<!-- TemplateEndRepeat -->
The output of this code looks like this
I need the output to look like:
I have tried using <br> in just about every conceivable place in the code to
accomplish what should just be a blank space below each link.
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Re: Formatting text in a repeating table in my template
I think I understand what you are trying to do. I'll give a shot.
There are quite a few ways of accomplishing this. I guess it depends on
On way would be to experiment with table padding and spacing.
Other ways, using css, would be to add line height, or experimenting with
W3Schools is a pretty good site with some basic interactive tutorials. See
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.