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Web Design All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Sue Jenkins

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Chapter 2: Organizing Content with Tables and Lists

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check.png Using tables to organize content

check.png Adding content to tables

check.png Formatting tables and table cells

check.png Nesting tables

check.png Organizing content with lists

check.png Setting the list type

check.png Nesting lists

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When it comes to keeping your content organized so that visitors can quickly find what they’re looking for, consider marking up your data and list information with HTML tables and lists. Tables are useful for displaying tabular data and information with multiple categories, such as financial figures, store locations, and menu offerings. Lists are effective when you need to show things in sequence, such as how items in a set are structured relative ...

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