> I created some tables using Dreamweaver. In the html code, there were
> no <tbody> tags after <table>. However, when I switched to NVU to edit
> some codes, I noticed that NVU added the extra <tbody> tags for all
As it should.
> Is this <tbody> tag necessary? Is there a way to tell NVU not to add
> the extra tag?
> Thanks in advance for your help!
There are always flaws with such heavy applications. The best thing to do is
to become fluent at HTML. This way, you always know what goes on
I used Frontpage when I was younger and even Word in the very early days.
This was far slower and less reliable than editing at code-level, which
helps you understand why a page validates or not, why it does not work in
certain browsers and how constraints like screen resolution, colour and
local font settings will affect your page.
When printing a poster, what you see if what you get. The Web is no poster.
You can never predict what the visitor will get (you mustn't), but you can
make a page robust.
Roy S. Schestowitz