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Multiple Tables In One Page
alphadog - 1/30/2003 at 03:52 AM

It seems that when I try to put two different tables in one web page, one table gets the CSS and the other does not. It would seem that your product should be able to do this in the pro version without requiring me to pay extra for "customization". Is this supposed to happen?

The way I am doing this is by inlining the variables TABLE_LOOK, TABLE_CAPT and TABLE_CONTENT, but creating the second set as TABLE_LOOK2, TABLE_CAPT2 and TABLE_CONTENT2. Then I call:

Ttable_init(TABLE_CAPT2, TABLE_CONTENT2, TABLE_LOOK2);

in one location and

Ttable_init(TABLE_CAPT, TABLE_CONTENT, TABLE_LOOK);

in another in the same page. The second never picks up the CCS formating from the css document.


nik - 1/30/2003 at 10:38 AM

This problem happens if you don't define style classes for the second table. For details see section Configuring Table Appearence of Tigra Tables PRO Documentation: (http://www.softcomplex.com/products/tigra_tables_pro/docs/)


alphadog - 1/31/2003 at 03:26 AM

Ah, I missed the one-line about zero-based CSS classes. Thanks.


lapellecc - 11/24/2003 at 02:58 PM

I just tried this myself and I am having a similar issue. I see the original post was in Jan 2003.

My product version is 1.3


nik - 11/25/2003 at 08:27 AM

Please contact us at http://www.softcomplex.com/support/ and we'll send you the newest product version 2.0.


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