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Creating Layout Cells

Like all HTML tables, layout tables consist of rows, and rows consist of cells. Within a layout table, however, FrontPage makes a distinction between ordinary cells and layout cells:

  • Ordinary cells are just that: ordinary. These cells have no special properties, and if FrontPage determines that they serve no purpose, it might spontaneously delete them. No purpose, in this case, means that the cells are empty of content and contribute nothing toward positioning other content in the layout table.

  • Layout cells have special properties and some very special on-screen commands. In terms of special properties, for example, you can configure layout cells to have individual borders, rounded corners, and shadows. On-screen commands can resize or reposition layout cells without affecting other layout cells in the same table.


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