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Chapter 11. Creating Accessible Tables > The Trouble with Tables

The Trouble with Tables

Basically, designers use two types of tables when creating Web sites.

  1. Layout tables position items such as text and graphics on the page. For example, navigation bars are often laid out in a table.

  2. Data tables use grids to organize information about relationships within the data set. For example, the bus schedules we tried to use in Chapter 5 are data tables.


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