summary in table

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    bill, 19th Jul 2014 6:12 am

    currently to shortcut for

    Personally, and especially as the summary attribute has been
    dropped in html5, I would prefer if table did not include the
    summary attribute.

    Please remind me of how I can edit this (if I can)

    -bill

    • HTML-Kit Support, 19th Jul 2014 1:29 pm

      On 7/19/2014 6:12 AM, bill wrote:

      currently to shortcut for

      <

      table produces:

      > > > >

      >

      Personally, and especially as the summary attribute has been dropped in
      html5, I would prefer if table did not include the summary attribute.

      Please remind me of how I can edit this (if I can)

      -bill

      Hi Bill,

      I plan to update built-in snippets in DM'14. You can create custom
      snippets but this is what I'd do. For a table with 5 rows and 2 columns,
      type:

       table>tr*5>td*2
      

      and press Ctrl+E

      Chami

      • Charles, 19th Jul 2014 6:00 pm

        On 7/19/2014 2:29 PM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

        On 7/19/2014 6:12 AM, bill wrote:

        currently to shortcut for

        <

        table produces:

        >> >> >> >>

        >

        Personally, and especially as the summary attribute has been dropped in
        html5, I would prefer if table did not include the summary attribute.

        Please remind me of how I can edit this (if I can)

        -bill

        Hi Bill,

        I plan to update built-in snippets in DM'14. You can create custom
        snippets but this is what I'd do. For a table with 5 rows and 2 columns,
        type:

         table>tr*5>td*2
        

        and press Ctrl+E

        Chami

        Amazing! Any other jewels like this?

        Charles

        • HTML-Kit Support, 19th Jul 2014 7:30 pm

          On 7/19/2014 6:00 PM, Charles wrote:

          On 7/19/2014 2:29 PM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

          On 7/19/2014 6:12 AM, bill wrote:

          currently to shortcut for

          <

          table produces:

          >>> >>> >>> >>>

          >

          Personally, and especially as the summary attribute has been
          dropped in html5, I would prefer if table did not include the
          summary attribute.

          Please remind me of how I can edit this (if I can)

          -bill

          Hi Bill,

          I plan to update built-in snippets in DM'14. You can create custom
          snippets but this is what I'd do. For a table with 5 rows and 2
          columns, type:

           table>tr*5>td*2
          

          and press Ctrl+E

          Chami

          Amazing! Any other jewels like this?

          Charles

          Hi Charles,

          This is coming from Tools support for Emmet syntax which is based on CSS
          selector syntax. Here are some copy and paste quickies for Ctrl+E

          You can type any tag name separated by ">" without spaces:

           article>h2
          

          *5 or whatever number creates multiples of the tag:

           p*5
          
           div>ul>li*10
          

          IDs and CLASSes are specified as you'd in CSS:

           div#navBarID
          
           div.infoCLASS
          
           div.class1.anotherclass.yetanother#andID
          

          Text inside "{" and "}" become tag content. "(" and ")" group tags:

           (menu>menuitem*3)>(ul>li*4)>p{Stuff}*5
          

          "$" is a special character for numbering items:

           ul>li{List Item $}*8
          

          Chami

          • Charles, 21st Jul 2014 11:46 am

            On 7/19/2014 8:30 PM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

            On 7/19/2014 6:00 PM, Charles wrote:

            On 7/19/2014 2:29 PM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

            On 7/19/2014 6:12 AM, bill wrote:

            currently to shortcut for

            <

            table produces:

            >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>

            >

            Personally, and especially as the summary attribute has been
            dropped in html5, I would prefer if table did not include the
            summary attribute.

            Please remind me of how I can edit this (if I can)

            -bill

            Hi Bill,

            I plan to update built-in snippets in DM'14. You can create custom
            snippets but this is what I'd do. For a table with 5 rows and 2
            columns, type:

             table>tr*5>td*2
            

            and press Ctrl+E

            Chami

            Amazing! Any other jewels like this?

            Charles

            Hi Charles,

            This is coming from Tools support for Emmet syntax which is based on CSS
            selector syntax. Here are some copy and paste quickies for Ctrl+E

            You can type any tag name separated by ">" without spaces:

             article>h2
            

            *5 or whatever number creates multiples of the tag:

             p*5
            
             div>ul>li*10
            

            IDs and CLASSes are specified as you'd in CSS:

             div#navBarID
            
             div.infoCLASS
            
             div.class1.anotherclass.yetanother#andID
            

            Text inside "{" and "}" become tag content. "(" and ")" group tags:

             (menu>menuitem*3)>(ul>li*4)>p{Stuff}*5
            

            "$" is a special character for numbering items:

             ul>li{List Item $}*8
            

            Chami

            Chami,
            I tried the list>ul*6 after my last posting and found that it worked. I
            continue to be amazed at what can be found in this program. Those you
            list here I will have to try (and others) just to see what is presented
            with the Control+E. My inclination is that I am going to be pleasantly
            surprised.

            Beautiful!

            Charles

      • bill, 20th Jul 2014 7:20 am

        On 7/19/2014 2:29 PM, HTML-Kit Support wrote:

        On 7/19/2014 6:12 AM, bill wrote:

        currently to shortcut for

        <

        table produces:

        >> >> >> >>

        >

        Personally, and especially as the summary attribute has been
        dropped in
        html5, I would prefer if table did not include the summary
        attribute.

        Please remind me of how I can edit this (if I can)

        -bill

        Hi Bill,

        I plan to update built-in snippets in DM'14. You can create
        custom snippets but this is what I'd do. For a table with 5 rows
        and 2 columns, type:

         table>tr*5>td*2
        

        and press Ctrl+E

        Chami

        Wow,
        I request no pickles on my hamburger and I get a 5 course cordon
        bleu meal !

        Thanks - on the other hand, now I have to learn (at lease some) Emmet