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Re: [vox-tech] html question



Jim Angstadt writes:
 > 
 > Table rows may be grouped into a table head, table
 > foot, and one or more table body sections, using the
 > THEAD, TFOOT and TBODY elements, respectively. This
 > division enables user agents to support scrolling of
 > table bodies independently of the table head and foot.
 > When long tables are printed, the table head and foot
 > information may be repeated on each page that contains
 > table data.
 > 
 > 
 > In practice, I've not seen these used in that way.

Yeah - I always thought that'd be cool; especially with very large
tables.

Using them could also help provide hints to audio web browsers; or
audio style sheets could be specifically written to take advantage of
them.

-Micah
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