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<table> <tr> <td>

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I've created my table and alli is fine. I name my <tdtags to make them
easier to identify when my table gets large. Anyway, I am naming as such:

<td id="cellName" >

Now, sometimes when make a change to a control my whole table gets resized
and screwed up from some reason. I may have a column with a width of 75px,
but it will appear so narrow it is hardly visible. Anyway, in these cases I
undo what made this happen and the table fixes itself.

But, when doing so I notice many of my id tags are changed to uppercase ID
tags. These all show up as warnings, which is very annoying and especially
since I did not name them this way to begin with. I end up having to fix them
all. What are many of my id tags getting changed to uppercase automatically
when I set them up differently?

I like to review my warnings and make fixes as necessary, but to have to
constantly fix this seems like huge waste of time.


Nov 20 '08 #1
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