It's definitely not a bug in DW.
"height" is not a valid attribute for a <tr> or <td> tag in HTML
I suggest you remove the "height" attribute from your code.
Don't try and control your HTML tables this way. It won't work. Table cells will always expand to fit the content placed into them.
Style your tables with CSS instead.
Well I went through and changed them by hand in the code....took forever....even when I cleared out the 'height' in DW properties for the table it still would not go away....
I never typed them into the code in the first place....I dont know how they got there......the only way I can get rid of them is to delete them by hand in the code? I cant seem to get rid of it from 'design' view in DW...
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The code makes it clear how they got there:
Microsoft Excel put them there plus all the usual rubbish that MS Office puts into its HTML code.
What is your workflow here? You're obviously generating tables from Excel?
ahhhhhhhhhhhh thats why!...I actually just took over this site..I think the guy that did it originally copied the info from Excel probably.....
nice catch!! thanks!