I am working with tables and have come across three "issues":
1) On my "Resume" page, I would like to extend/continue the underline on the top most (header) row but after multiple attempts I can't seem to figure it out. Any thoughts?
2) Also on my "Resume" page, is is possible to increase the space between a bullet and the beginning of text? Then align the remaining text to the right of the bullet instead of next to it? Something like a "tab" in MS Word.
3) Within the first table, can I decrease the space between the two table data rows so there isn't such a large gap? I tried simply "pulling" down or up (like in Excel) but that didn't work.
Thanks for any help!
Why have you used 'tables'? I'd recommend you use pure CSS to do this.
But, now that you already have used tables, if you want to achieve what you want to with the current code, here is what you can do:
For the 1st question:
Then duplicate class .td from CSS as .td1. Add one extra line:
For 2nd question:
If you had used an unordered list, you can specify in CSS the space you want between the bullet and text. Here, you've actually typed the bullet point • directly to your markup. The only way you can add space is to add a non-breaking space entity between the bullet and the text like this:
<td>• & nbsp ; <strong>Master of Urban Planning (MUP)</strong>, Academic Honors</td>
& nbsp ; will give you 1 space. Add how many ever you want as per your desire
* It is actually with no space in between. If I remove spaces here, you cannot see the actual entity as the forum type editor converts that to a HTML entity. So remove the space between & and nbsp as well as nbsp and ;.
For 3rd question:
By the time I could get to it, I see you've changed your code already?
Thank you for your input! I apologize for the updates to the code that night. I found that I could use "Definition Lists" instead, so I revised/updated the code around the same time. Your suggestion to place the & nbsp ; inbetween the • and text worked great! Thank you once again for your help.