Time for a summary of what we have covered in this article.
First we discussed the ability for tables to completely replace frames and the disadvantages of frames.
Then we moved on to uncover the advantages and disadvantages of tables and proved that tables can truly replace frames.
Continuing, we polished your memory of merging cells and addressed the benefit of using nested tables if merging becomes a hassle.
We next discovered what nested tables are exactly and how to manage your code easily when dealing with them.
Then we explained why breaking tables allows the page to load progressively.
In the last page we showed you the trick to creating full screen tables that are W3C HTML 4.0 Valid.
So now you are a HTML Tables guru! Until next time...
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