3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 17, 2015 6:18 AM by writer0101

    The Design view of my table is un-editable but looks just fine in View Topic.

    writer0101 Level 1

      Because the Design view shows only part of the table heading row and the rest of the table disappears, I cannot edit the table in Design view. I've pasted the CSS and HTML below. Can anyone offer guidance?

       

      CSS

      table {

      border-collapse: collapse;

      }

      th {

      background-color: #e6e6e6;

      border: solid #009DD9 1.0px;

      color: #009dd9;

      font-family: Arial, sans-serif;

      font-size: .8em;

      margin: 6px 4px 8px 0px;

      text-align: center;

      vertical-align: top;

      }

      td{

      border: solid #009dd9 1.0px;

      border-collapse: collapse;

      color: #000000;

      font-family: Arial, sans-serif;

      font-size: .8em;

      margin: 1.5em .5em 1.5em .5em;

      text-align: left;

      }

       

      HTML

      <table class="center">

      <col />

      <col />

      <col width="372" />

      <tr style="page-break-inside: avoid;">

        <th><p class="NTableHeading">Number</p></th>

        <th><p class="NTableHeading">Number</p></th>

        <th><p class="NTableHeading">Number</p></th>

      </tr>

      <tr style="page-break-inside: avoid;">

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

      </tr>

      <tr style="page-break-inside: avoid;">

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

      </tr>

      <tr style="page-break-inside: avoid;">

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

      </tr>

      <tr style="page-break-inside: avoid;">

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

        <td>Cell</td>

      </tr>

      </table>