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Can you let me know how the "table" function works? There are 3 options; http://www.newcastle-online.com/nufcforum/Themes/classic/images/bbc/table.gif, http://www.newcastle-online.com/nufcforum/Themes/classic/images/bbc/tr.gif and http://www.newcastle-online.com/nufcforum/Themes/classic/images/bbc/td.gif but I can't fathom out how they work.

 

I'm hoping I'll be able to use them somehow for posting up the Fantasy Footy Cup tables.

 

Cheers.

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Not easy to do, and probably not worth the effort given the final result.

 

Basically you start off with

and put whatever goes in the cell here
to identify that the table is complete.

 

For example:

 

[center]</pre><table>  Row1Col1    Row1Col2    Row1Col3   Row2Col1    Row2Col2    Row1Col3   Row3Col1    Row3Col2    Row1Col3 </table>[/center]<

 

would create:

 

  Row1Col1    Row1Col2    Row1Col3
  Row2Col1    Row2Col2    Row1Col3
  Row3Col1    Row3Col2    Row1Col3

 

It's not great really, since there's no borders, cell padding, cell spacing or whatever. You might be able to add those things, but I haven't found a way to do it yet.

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Not easy to do, and probably not worth the effort given the final result.

 

Basically you start off with

and put whatever goes in the cell here
to identify that the table is complete.

 

For example:

 

[center]</pre><table> Row1Col1  Row1Col2  Row1Col3  Row2Col1  Row2Col2  Row1Col3  Row3Col1  Row3Col2  Row1Col3 </table>[/center]<

 

would create:

 

Row1Col1 Row1Col2 Row1Col3
Row2Col1 Row2Col2 Row1Col3
Row3Col1 Row3Col2 Row1Col3

 

It's not great really, since there's no borders, cell padding, cell spacing or whatever. You might be able to add those things, but I haven't found a way to do it yet.

 

Friggin hell, HTML is easier.m I don't blame you Sned.

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