I'm playing around with the new features and have found something I thought was weird/unfinished. In Element Quick View, you can rearrange your html pretty easily by dragging and dropping the tags into other areas of the list and that moves a given element within the code. It seems pretty nifty for people who get a bit sloppy with Cut and Paste and/or aren't really all that familiar with code.
This all seems to work well, except within tables.
I can't move any table related tag within a table in the Element Quick View. I can understand not being able to move a <tr> or <td> out of a <table> which would cause some validation issues, but moving a <tr> within the <table> to re-order your rows seems like a no-brainer as far as usefulness goes. Moving a single <td> from the front of a <tr> to the end to rearrange the order of cells also seems like it would be a "given".
Was there some reason moving table rows within the table or cells within the row is not possible within EQV or is that supposed to be possible and I need to take a look at my cache or prefs?
Tables are quite surprisingly complex if you consider the addition of colspans and rowspans in your thinking. I'm pretty sure that tables were left out of the drag and drop thing because of that complexity, and because of the uncommon use of them for layout anymore.
I suppose I was only considering the quick spreadsheet table I was playing with in my test page.
That would be a bit of a nightmare with a layout table.