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Chapter 17. Tables > Inline Tables

Inline Tables

By default, tables in HTML are displayed as blocks: They end the previous paragraph, and any text after it will be in a new paragraph. However, CSS also supports inline tables, that will not break the line, but are displayed in the sentence in which they occur. Here is how that looks:

Magic squares are formed by placing the numbers 1, 2, 3, etc. in a square grid in such a way that the sum of the numbers in each row and each column is the same. A magic square with 9 cells, such as this has a sum of 15 for every row and every column. Try it with squares of 16 and 25 cells.


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