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Derek Read

Reply to: present an xml fragment in a table format

Just to be clear (sounds like there is still confusion), XMetaL automatically recognizes HTML and CALS tables and will render them as tables. Anything else will not render as a table unless you specifically set the CSS up to do so.

The example CSS I gave should approximate the example styling you asked for, and would not be a table:
x  |    abcd | 1234  | y

To style something as a table requires three elements: one representing the table, one the row (child of table) and at least one for cells (child of row). You can then use the CSS display properties: “table”, “table-row” and “table-cell” to designate the elements to render as a table. Your elements do not seem to fit this model however, unless “SUB2” is a child of “SUB1”.

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