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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Web Page Tables - Modifying a Table

5/25/2013 9:33:46 PM
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After you create the initial table and cells, you can select, resize, move, or even delete the table and cells to fine tune it. When you move or resize a cell in a table, there are a few things you need to avoid. These include overlapping cells, crossing the boundaries of the table, and making the cell smaller than its contents. Before you can resize, move, or delete a table or cell, you need to select it first. You can select the table by clicking the table header arrow at the top or an outside table edge, or select a cell by clicking a cell edge. When you select the table or place the insertion point in the table, the widths of tables and cells appear at the top or bottom of the table in pixels or as a percentage of the page width. Next to the widths are arrows for the table and column headers you can use to display a menu with related commands. When you point to a table edge, Dreamweaver highlights it to make it easier to see.

Modify the Table and Cells

1. Open the Web page containing the table you want to modify.

2. Click the Design button to display the page in Design mode.

 3.Click the View menu, point to Table Mode, and then click Standard Mode or Expanded Tables Mode.

  • You can also click the Standard or Expanded button on the Layout tab on the Insert panel.

4. To modify the table:

  • Select Table. Click in the table, click the Modify menu, point to Table, and then click Select Table, or click the table header arrow, and then click Select Table.

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    Click in the table, and then press Ctrl+A (Win)  to select it.

  • Resize Table. Select the table, and then drag the control points on the right table edge to expand or contract the table.

  • Delete Table. Select the table, and then press the Backspace (Win) or Delete (Mac) key to remove the table.

5. To modify columns or rows:

  • Select Columns. Click in the column, click the column header arrow, and then click Select Column.

  • Select Columns or Rows. Click the left edge of a row or the top edge of a column, or drag to select multiple columns or rows.

  • Resize Columns or Rows. Drag the border to change the size; for a column, the table keeps its width. To change change column width and keep column width, shift-drag the column border.

6. To modify the individual cells:

  • Select Cell. Click on the edge of an active table cell, or Ctrl-click (Win) anywhere in the cell.

    To select more than one cell, drag from cell to cell, or Ctrl-click (Win) multiple cells.

  • Resize Cell. Select the cell, and then drag any of the control points on the cell edges to expand or contract the size of the selected cell.

  • Delete Cell. Select the cell, and then press the Backspace (Win) or Delete (Mac) key to remove the selected cell.

 
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