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Chapter 8. Creating Tables > Using Tables for Better Content Organization

Using Tables for Better Content Organization

Like lists, tables are common—especially in business and science. Web pages can contain text and images, just as printed tables do, and you can use them to arrange text in parallel columns or to set an explanatory block of text beside the image that resides in the adjacent cell. You can insert lists into cells and even insert tables into other tables. All this gives you tremendous flexibility in arranging data and images (see Figure 8.1).

Figure 8.1. In this Preview mode Page view, an image is in the left cell of the table's top row and a bulleted list is in the right. Table borders are shown for clarity; they're optional.



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