It would also be good to know would be how to deactivate or counteract the
default TiddlyWiki colspan and rowspan syntax so that if I put an html
table in a regular tiddler it will behave normally.
On Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 8:09:47 AM UTC-6, David Gifford wrote:
> Hi all
> I created an html table in Tiddlywiki, and needed to add rowspans to the
> first column. I discovered that it was pushing the rowspan to the last
> column of the table. So I figured it was the TiddlyWiki syntax for colspans
> and rowspans that was causing the problem.
> So I changed the tiddler type to text/html. This did indeed allow me to do
> colspans and rowspans normally.
> But now I have two problems:
> 1. Since it is a long table (31 rows), it is putting the table in a box
> and making it vertical scroll.
> 2. Nothing from the stylesheet for that TiddlyWiki applies to the table.
> So for example, cell padding I would have to apply to EVERY cell.
> How might I get the table to display without the vertical scroll, and what
> options do I have for creating global styles for the table?
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