Posts Tagged ‘span’

Spanning columns in LaTeX tables

Posted: 27th November 2011 by Tim in LaTeX
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Tables are a fairly important part of LaTeX. Often you will want data to span multiple columns of the table, similar to colspan in HTML. In LaTeX it’s pretty easy too, using the \multicolumn{<cols>}{<format>}{<cell_text>} command, where <cols> is the number of columns to span and <format> is the cell format (l, c or r for […]

Creating a 2 column layout in HTML / CSS

Posted: 1st October 2009 by Tim in CSS, HTML
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Standards-compliant layouts can be difficult to do. Below is an example of an HTML 4.01 Transitional / CSS 2.1 compliant two-column layout, with headers and footers. An example can be seen here. Note: WordPress destroys tabs and layout. See the source code in the example for more readable code. HTML <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML […]