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Table in the code?
Posted: Nov 21, 2007 10:48 PM
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In the previous post you said anchor tags are supported, but they are not found on the page that shows the supported tags.

Also, I did a search for the term "table" to find out if tables are supported and this came up:

Document Type: General HTML Tags Supported 1%
30 Comments: 0, Last Modified: Nov 20, 2007 8:54 AM - Find Similar
. !-- <table> Defines the beginning of a table. bgcolor Defines the background color for this element. border Defines a border around the table. cellspacing Defines the space between cells in the table, and between this element and the outside borders of the table. width Defines the width of the table. <td> Creates a cell within a table. align Determines

However, when I click on the page that supposedly has that information in it, the word "table" appears no where on the page!

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Re: Table in the code?
Posted: Nov 22, 2007 8:44 PM   in response to: okmedia in response to: okmedia
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This appears to have been an error, we've now corrected it. Thanks for bringing it to our attention!

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Re: Table in the code?
Posted: Nov 24, 2007 10:37 AM   in response to: kdpadmin in response to: kdpadmin
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OK, so I went back to that page, here is the top:

Amazon DTP » Support Home » Formatting Guide » Advanced HTML Formatting » Document 30

30 HTML Tags Supported « Back to Category
Author: DTP Admin, Created on: May 11, 2007 4:12 PM
Keywords: format, html, tags
Language: English

I did a "find" and the word "table" does not appear on the page, and there are no anchor tags. The word "anchor" appears once in connection to general http which is but that is not what we commonly call a named anchor tag.

Clicking one will move farther down the same document to the anchor location, rather than another web page as most hyperlinks do.

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