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The names are
> maintained outside of DW and in sorted order.
How is the content stored outside DW? In a database (preferably) or Excel
spreadsheet or some other method?
I want a table on my web page which will contain 3 columns and
> multiple rows. I simply want to put a name in each cell. Since the list
> name is long I don't want one column to contain all the names. It really
> doesn't matter if the
> names are loaded in row order, such as the first three names go into the
> row and the fourth, fifth and sixth names go into the second row, and so
> Or, the first fifty names go in to the first column and then the next
> fifty go
> into the second column and the last forty-nine names go into the third
> How do I re-seed the table when the list of names changes. One name drops
> for instance or a new name is added?
Connect the page to a database and use Tom Muck's Horizontal Looper Repeat
Region extension to pull the names from the database and display the names
on the webpage in the format that you want.
Thanks for the response. I just got finished testing and implementing something. I took the data into Excel and made new cells featuring the additional xml coding which would be required. I then copy this into an xml page in DW and the use Spry to load the table. I wasn't sure I could use this method as I don't require header information and there are three columns. The data come to me from another source, produced in Word. It works well since I tested and realized I didn't need white spaces in xml. Thanks again for the response.