Roy and Nick,
Thanks for helping me with this problem. The <br />'s were added by the
blogger software that I use. But I tried out the <pre> solution and it's
all looking rosy now.
"Nick Theodorakis" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 11:38:44 GMT, "Lazaroo"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I'm sticking together a new blog that uses a few mathematical equations.
>>like to get the "equals" symbols lined up to make it look clearer. To do
>>this I've tried using a <table>, but this puts a big gap in my page just
>>before the table.
> I'm not sure what you are trying to achieve with all those <br />
> elements scattered in and around various table elements, but if you
> eliminate them thusly:
> <td>(bonus) - (deposit + bonus) * (wager requirement) * (expected
> <td> </td>
> <td>$100 - ($100+$100)*20*0.0054</td>
> You might be after the effect you are looking for.
> It's arguable as to whether this qualifies as tabular data, but if you
> talk fast enough, you might be able to convince the purist that it's
> close enough to qualify. Alternatively, the <pre> element (styled
> appropriately) might do the job.
> Jukka seems to have written a page on the use of mathematical
> expressions on the web:
> Nick Theodorakis
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