|Subject:||Table with two rows of titles|
|Posted by:||Gloops (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 04 Jul 2013|
To present a table with several rows constituting a command, I have six=20
columns, the two last ones are columns of prices : unit price, and total =
So, I feel it could be nice to write "Price" on a first line of title,=20
and the second line could detail "unit" and "total".
It is easy to have the "Price" label on a line above the other titles,=20
but I try to have the titles of the other columns about at the level of=20
the separation between the two lines, "Price" being above that level,=20
and "unit" and "total" being under it.
This gives complicated sentences, but I suppose it can be understood by=20
someone who ever saw an invoice in his life.
I tried this, but it does not give good results, the body of the table=20
is getting far wider, so not aligned with the column headers at all.=20
Does anybody have a better idea ? I am going to precise colspan=3D"1" for=
the first columns, but I fear that will not give anything very concrete.
<th rowspan=3D"2" colspan=3D"2">