The following attributes are either completely ignored or partially supported. All other attributes are supported.
All forms including "
Coefficients of "
A column must contain at least one cell with a column span equal to 1 for the
DocBook supports HTML tables as well as CALS tables (that is, ``traditional'' DocBook tables) starting from version 4.3. Therefore XMLmind XML Editor also supports both table models. See Appendix A, Table rendering in for details.
The only limitation is that mixing both HTML and CALS content models in the same
informaltable is absolutely not supported by table rendering code and by table editing commands, even if this is allowed according to the DTD V4.3.
Example 1: an
tr child elements. In such case, the
informaltable is an HTML table. Setting attribute
topbot on this
informaltable will have absolutely no visual effect.
Example 2: a
table has a child
tgroup element which itself contains a
entry descendants. In such case, the
table is a CALS table. Adding a
td descendants before the
tbody of the
tgroup would lead to catastrophic results. Fortunately, the DocBook configuration of XMLmind XML Editor makes it hard to do this unintentionally.