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<li> in <td>

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Hi. Something puzzles me: VS.NET says that "per the active schema, li cannot
be nested within td". However, the code works fine, and the result is as I
expected.

Is there something wrong in disregarding that warning ??

Also, no matter what I do, VS.NET always *INSISTS* to change my <tr valign =
middle> to <tr valign = center>... Of course, after changing it, it
complains that "The values permitted for this attribute do not include
'center'" !!! I change it back to "middle", but a few operations after, I
see it changed back to "center". This kind of "help" is driving me nuts !

Thank you. Alex.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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<li> is a list item. List items can only be placed in tags like <ul>
(unordered list) or <ol> (ordered list).

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