6.2 Tabular appearance

6.2.1 Table and cell borders

Table and cell borders can be visible or invisible.

  • Border sides are named by writing directions.

  • Visible borders can have a specified thickness , pattern, or color .

    • They can be specified for the table, table row, or table cell perimeters .

    • The formatter can have any default value for thickness if not specified by the property.

  • Some border- related properties are not inherited unless explicitly specified as " inherit ".

Co-incident cell and table borders can be arbitrated or separated.

  • Use the border-collapse property to specify one of these behaviors.

  • " collapse " (initial value) specifies the arbitration of properties based on relative values.

    • The formatter arbitrates border-width , border-style , and border-color .

      • This is summarized later in Section 9.5.

  • " collapse-with-precedence " limits arbitration to only a numeric precedence value ( implied or specified).

  • " separate " will separate borders of adjacent cells and cells adjacent to table borders.

    • The amount of separation is specified by the border-separation property.

  • Border properties are allowed on table-row only when using collapsed borders.

Precedence guides the arbitration between two conflicting border specifications.

  • Each table construct has a different initial value for border precedence;

    • 5 table ,

    • 4 table-cell ,

    • 3 table-row ,

    • 2 table-body ,

    • 1 table-header ,

    • table-footer .

  • A numeric value can be explicitly specified using border-*-precedence .

  • A value of " force " overrides all numeric values.

Empty cells can be treated specially.

  • By default, an empty cell will have its border properties respected.

  • By using empty-cells with the value of " hide " on table-cell , you can hide the border of a cell that has no content, as is typically done for HTML tables in browsers.

    • The initial value is " show " to render separated borders for empty cells.

  • If all cells of a row are hidden, the row disappears entirely.

6.2.2 Spanning cells

Cells can occupy more than one column or row.

  • It is useful in headers and stubs for "span heads" across multiple columns or rows.

  • It is useful in body content to display a single value for multiple rows or columns.

  • Spanned cells are specified using an integer count greater than or equal to 1;

    • floating values are rounded;

    • numbers less than 1 are interpreted as 1;

    • a value calculated as 1 does not do any spanning.

Cell spanning progresses towards the end and after edges, starting with the current cell

  • in the column-progression direction for column spanning

    • using number-columns-spanned ,

  • in the row-progression direction for row spanning

    • using number-rows-spanned .

Spanning rows takes away from subsequent rows' unnumbered columns.

  • The cell does not exist that would be in a row except for the cell above whose spanning value affects the row.

  • An unnumbered cell will "skip" over spanned cells from preceding rows.

  • A numbered cell will override the spanning cells from preceding rows.

6.2.3 Table and cell alignment

Two ways to position a table in the inline-progression direction within its parent area are

  • start-indent on given table ,

  • text-align on parent table-and-caption ;

    • the table-caption is optional, thus not obliging an aligned table to have a caption.

Inheritable property values will be inherited by the table cells, usually producing undesirable results.

  • You could specify resetting values for properties on table-body , table-header , or other suitable ancestral location to be inheritable by descendant cells.

The content of cells can be aligned through inherited properties.

  • Cell vertical alignment is specified by the display-align property;

    • its default value is " auto ".

  • Cell row alignment is specified by the relative-align property;

    • its default value is " before ".

    • You may want to use " baseline " if fonts of different sizes are used.

    • This only applies if display-align is " auto ".

  • Cell column alignment is specified by the individual blocks' text-align properties.

    • This is the only significant use of a string argument for text-align .

      • For example, you can use the decimal separator character as the string to align a column of cells with financial information vertically.

      • A string argument in the property used in any other context is interpreted as the value " start ".

    • It need not be specified in the cell object (though it could be specified to be inherited by blocks).

6.2.4 The table-and-caption object

Purpose
  • This is the parent object of a captioned collection of tabular content.

Content
  • ( 6.7.2 ) ( table-caption?, table ),

  • child objects (listed alphabetically ):

    • table-caption ( 6.7.5 ; 172),

    • table ( 6.7.3 ; 173),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common margin properties block ( 7.10 ; 332),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • break-after ( 7.19.1 ; 366),

  • break-before ( 7.19.2 ; 367),

  • caption-side ( 7.26.7 ; 367),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • intrusion- displace ( 7.18.3 ; 385),

  • keep-together ( 7.19.3 ; 386),

  • keep-with- next ( 7.19.4 ; 386),

  • keep-with-previous ( 7.19.5 ; 387),

  • text-align ( 7.15.9 ; 421).

Shorthands influencing the above properties
  • page-break-after ( 7.29.16 ; 401),

  • page-break-before ( 7.29.17 ; 401),

  • page-break-inside ( 7.29.18 ; 402).

Property of interest
  • text-align is used to align the table.

    • This is the only non-mathematical way of aligning a table within its parent area.

An example is shown in Figure 6-5.

Figure 6-5. Table constructs

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Note in the example:

  • the table has adjacent body segments whose boundaries cannot be distinguished;

  • all the cells in the column with the "c" heading are bold;

  • the caption follows after the table.

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-1.

Example 6-1 The use of table-and-caption object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01  <table-and-caption caption-side="after">  02   <table-caption>      03     <block text-align="center">This is a test of a table</block>      04   </table-caption>      05   <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">      06     ...      07     <table-header>      08       ...      09     </table-header>      10     <table-body>      11       ...      12     </table-body>      13     <table-body text-align="center">      14       ...      15     </table-body>      16   </table>      17  </table-and-caption>  

6.2.5 The table-caption object

Purpose
  • This is the caption of a captioned collection of tabular content.

Content
  • ( 6.7.5 ) ( %block;)+,

  • child object:

    • %block; ( 6.2 ; 69),

  • referring object:

    • table-and-caption ( 6.7.2 ; 170),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • block-progression-dimension ( 7.14.1 ; 352),

  • height ( 7.14.4 ; 382),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • inline-progression-dimension ( 7.14.5 ; 385),

  • intrusion-displace ( 7.18.3 ; 385),

  • keep-together ( 7.19.3 ; 386),

  • width ( 7.14.12 ; 428).

Shorthand influencing the above properties
  • page-break-inside ( 7.29.18 ; 402).

Properties of interest
  • caption-side indicates where the caption is relative to the table.

Properties of descendent blocks within the caption block
  • text-align is used to align the caption content.

  • The typical CSS use of vertical-align does not apply.

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-2.

6.2.6 The table object

Purpose
  • This is the parent object of an uncaptioned collection of tabular content.

Content
  • ( 6.7.3 ) ( table-column*, table-header ?, table-footer ?, table-body +),

  • child objects (listed alphabetically):

    • table-body ( 6.7.8 ; 180),

    • table-column ( 6.7.4 ; 176),

    • table-footer ( 6.7.7 ; 178),

    • table-header ( 6.7.6 ; 177),

  • referring object:

    • table-and-caption ( 6.7.2 ; 170),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Example 6-2 The use of table-caption object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02  <table-caption>  03     <block text-align="center">This is a test of a table</block>      04  </table-caption>  05   <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">      06     ...      07     <table-header>      08       ...      09     </table-header>      10     <table-body>      11       ...      12     </table-body>      13     <table-body text-align="center">      14       ...      15     </table-body>      16   </table>      17 </table-and-caption> 
Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common margin properties block ( 7.10 ; 332),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • block-progression-dimension ( 7.14.1 ; 352),

  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-collapse ( 7.26.3 ; 357),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-separation ( 7.26.5 ; 362),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • break-after ( 7.19.1 ; 366),

  • break-before ( 7.19.2 ; 367),

  • height ( 7.14.4 ; 382),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • inline-progression-dimension ( 7.14.5 ; 385),

  • intrusion-displace ( 7.18.3 ; 385),

  • keep-together ( 7.19.3 ; 386),

  • keep-with-next ( 7.19.4 ; 386),

  • keep-with-previous ( 7.19.5 ; 387),

  • table-layout ( 7.26.16 ; 419),

  • table-omit-footer-at-break ( 7.26.17 ; 419),

  • table-omit-header-at-break ( 7.26.18 ; 419),

  • width ( 7.14.12 ; 428),

  • writing-mode ( 7.27.7 ; 429).

Shorthands influencing the above properties
  • border-spacing ( 7.29.9 ; 362),

  • page-break-after ( 7.29.16 ; 401),

  • page-break-before ( 7.29.17 ; 401),

  • page-break-inside ( 7.29.18 ; 402).

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-3.

Example 6-3 The use of table object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02   <table-caption>      03     <block text-align="center">This is a test of a table</block>      04   </table-caption>      05  <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">  06     ...      07     <table-header>      08       ...      09     </table-header>      10     <table-body>      11       ...      12     </table-body>      13     <table-body text-align="center">      14       ...      15     </table-body>      16  </table>  17 </table-and-caption> 

6.2.7 The table-column object

Purpose
  • This is the specification of common columnar properties.

Content
  • ( 6.7.4 ) EMPTY ,

  • referring object:

    • table ( 6.7.3 ; 173).

Property sets
  • Common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328).

Other optional properties
  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • column-number ( 7.26.8 ; 370),

  • column-width ( 7.26.9 ; 370),

  • number-columns-repeated ( 7.26.12 ; 396),

  • number-columns-spanned ( 7.26.13 ; 396),

  • visibility ( 7.28.8 ; 425).

Property of interest
  • column-width="proportional-column-width( number-of-units )" :

    • is calculated as a unit proportion of calculated table width less all specified column widths.

  • Inheritable properties specified here are not automatically inherited by cells of the column.

    • The cells are not descendants of this object in the formatting object tree during refinement.

    • Cells must use the from-table-column() function to find out the table column properties.

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-4.

Example 6-4 The use of table-column object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02   <table-caption>      03     <block text-align="center">This is a test of a table</block>      04   </table-caption>      05       06   <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">      07  <table-column column-width="proportional-column-width(2)"/>  08  <table-column column-width="proportional-column-width(1)"/>  09  <table-column column-width="proportional-column-width(1)"/>  10  <table-column column-width="proportional-column-width(1)"  11  font-weight="bold"/>  12  <table-column column-width="proportional-column-width(1)"/>  13       14     <table-header>      15       ...      16     </table-header>      17     <table-body>      18       ...      19     </table-body>      20     <table-body text-align="center">      21       ...      22       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      23         <block>cell-06</block></table-cell>      24       25       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      26         <block>cell-07</block></table-cell>      27       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"      28                   ends-row="true">      29         <block>cell-08</block></table-cell>      30       ...      31     </table-body>      32   </table>      33 </table-and-caption> 

6.2.8 The table-header object

Purpose
  • This object contains rows of tabular content that are repeated at the before edge of every break in body content.

  • You must choose one row grouping strategy for the entire header.

Content
  • ( 6.7.6 ) ( table-row+ table-cell +),

  • child objects (listed alphabetically):

    • table-cell ( 6.7.10 ; 184),

    • table-row ( 6.7.9 ; 182),

  • referring object:

    • table ( 6.7.3 ; 173),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • visibility ( 7.28.8 ; 425).

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-5.

6.2.9 The table-footer object

Purpose
  • This object contains rows of tabular content that are repeated at the after edge of every break in body content.

  • You must choose one row grouping strategy for the entire footer.

Content
  • ( 6.7.7 ) ( table-row+ table-cell +),

  • child objects (listed alphabetically):

    • table-cell ( 6.7.10 ; 184),

    • table-row ( 6.7.9 ; 182),

  • referring object:

    • table ( 6.7.3 ; 173),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Example 6-5 The use of table-header object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02   <table-caption>      03     <block text-align="center">This is a test of a table</block>      04   </table-caption>      05   <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">      06     ...      07  <table-header>  08       <table-row>      09         ...      10       </table-row>      11       <table-row>      12         ...      13       </table-row>      14  </table-header>  15     <table-body>      16       <table-row text-align="center">      17       ...      18       <table-row text-align="center">      19       ...      20     </table-body>      21     <table-body text-align="center">      22       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      23         <block>cell-01</block></table-cell>      24       ...      25       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      26         <block>cell-14</block></table-cell>      27     </table-body>      28   </table>      29 </table-and-caption> 
Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • visibility ( 7.28.8 ; 425).

6.2.10 The table-body object

Purpose
  • This object contains the rows of tabular content that are flowed as the body content.

  • You must choose one row grouping strategy for each set of body rows.

    • Different sets of body rows may use different strategies.

    • The boundaries between sets of body rows are seamless.

Content
  • ( 6.7.8 ) ( table-row+ table-cell +),

  • child objects (listed alphabetically):

    • table-cell ( 6.7.10 ; 184),

    • table-row ( 6.7.9 ; 182),

  • referring object:

    • table ( 6.7.3 ; 173),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • visibility ( 7.28.8 ; 425).

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-6.

Example 6-6 The use of table-body object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">      02   ...      03   <table-header>      04     ...      05   </table-header>      06  <table-body>  07     <table-row text-align="center">      08       ...      09     </table-row>      10     <table-row text-align="center">      11       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      12         <block>2-a</block></table-cell>      13     </table-row>      14     <table-row text-align="center">      15       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      16         <block>3-a</block></table-cell>      17     </table-row>      18  </table-body>  19  <table-body text-align="center">  20     <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      21       <block>cell-01</block></table-cell>      22     ...      23     <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"      24                 starts-row="true">      25       <block>cell-04</block></table-cell>      26     ...      27     <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"      28                 ends-row="true">      29       <block>cell-08</block></table-cell>      30     ...      31     <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"      32                 starts-row="true">      33       <block>cell-11</block></table-cell>      34     <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      35       <block>cell-12</block></table-cell>      36  </table-body>  37 </table> 

Note in the example:

  • the first set of body rows is using the row-based row grouping strategy;

  • the second set of body rows is using the cell-based row grouping strategy.

6.2.11 The table-row object

Purpose
  • This is a row of tabular content.

Content
  • ( 6.7.9 ) ( table-cell+),

  • child object:

    • table-cell ( 6.7.10 ; 184),

  • referring objects:

    • table-header ( 6.7.6 ; 177),

    • table-footer ( 6.7.7 ; 178),

    • table-body ( 6.7.8 ; 180).

Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • block-progression-dimension ( 7.14.1 ; 352),

  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • break-after ( 7.19.1 ; 366),

  • break-before ( 7.19.2 ; 367),

  • height ( 7.14.4 ; 382),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • keep-together ( 7.19.3 ; 386),

  • keep-with-next ( 7.19.4 ; 386),

  • keep-with-previous ( 7.19.5 ; 387),

  • visibility ( 7.28.8 ; 425).

Shorthands influencing the above properties
  • page-break-after ( 7.29.16 ; 401),

  • page-break-before ( 7.29.17 ; 401),

  • page-break-inside ( 7.29.18 ; 402).

An excerpt from Figure 6-5 is shown in Example 6-7.

Example 6-7 The use of table-row object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02   <table-caption>      03     <block text-align="center">This is a test of a table</block>      04   </table-caption>      05   <table border="solid" border-collapse="collapse">      06     ...      07     <table-header>      08  <table-row>  09         <table-cell number-rows-spanned="2">      10         ...      11  </table-row>  12  <table-row>  13         <table-cell border-before-style="dotted"      14                     border-after-style="solid">      15         ...      16  </table-row>  17     </table-header>      18     <table-body>      19  <table-row text-align="center">  20         ...      21  </table-row>  22       23  <table-row text-align="center">  24         <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      25           <block>2-a</block></table-cell>      26  </table-row>  27  <table-row text-align="center">  28         <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      29           <block>3-a</block></table-cell>      30  </table-row>  31     </table-body>      32     <table-body text-align="center">      33       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      34         <block>cell-01</block></table-cell>      35       ...      36       <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">      37         <block>cell-14</block></table-cell>      38     </table-body>      39   </table>      40 </table-and-caption> 

6.2.12 The table-cell object

Purpose
  • This is a column of a row of tabular content.

Content
  • ( 6.7.10 ) ( %block;)+,

  • child object:

    • %block; ( 6.2 ; 69),

  • referring objects:

    • table-header ( 6.7.6 ; 177),

    • table-footer ( 6.7.7 ; 178),

    • table-body ( 6.7.8 ; 180),

    • table-row ( 6.7.9 ; 182),

  • any number of marker children at the beginning.

Property sets
  • Common accessibility properties ( 7.4 ; 326),

  • common aural properties ( 7.6 ; 327),

  • common border, padding, and background properties ( 7.7 ; 328),

  • common relative position properties ( 7.12 ; 333).

Other optional properties
  • block-progression-dimension ( 7.14.1 ; 352),

  • border-after-precedence ( 7.26.1 ; 353),

  • border-before-precedence ( 7.26.2 ; 354),

  • border-end-precedence ( 7.26.4 ; 358),

  • border-start-precedence ( 7.26.6 ; 363),

  • column-number ( 7.26.8 ; 370),

  • display-align ( 7.13.4 ; 373),

  • empty-cells ( 7.26.10 ; 374),

  • ends-row ( 7.26.11 ; 375),

  • height ( 7.14.4 ; 382),

  • id ( 7.28.2 ; 384),

  • inline-progression-dimension ( 7.14.5 ; 385),

  • number-columns-spanned ( 7.26.13 ; 396),

  • number-rows-spanned ( 7.26.14 ; 396),

  • relative-align ( 7.13.6 ; 408),

  • starts-row ( 7.26.15 ; 418),

  • width ( 7.14.12 ; 428).

Example 6-8 The use of table-cell object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02   ...      03     <table-header>      04       <table-row>      05  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  06  number-rows-spanned="2">  07           <block/>      08  </table-cell>  09  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  10  number-rows-spanned="2" border="solid"  11  display-align="center">  12           <block text-align="center">a</block>      13  </table-cell>  14  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  15  number-columns-spanned="3">  16           <block text-align="center">b/c/d</block>      17  </table-cell>  18       </table-row>      19       ...      20     </table-header>      21     <table-body>      22       <table-row text-align="center">      23  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  24  number-rows-spanned="3" border="dashed"  25  display-align="center">  26           <block>Row values here</block>      27  </table-cell>  28  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  29            <block>1-a</block>  </table-cell>  30  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  31            <block>1-b</block>  </table-cell>  32       </table-row>      33       <table-row text-align="center">      34  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  35           <block>2-a</block>  </table-cell>  36       </table-row>      37       <table-row text-align="center">      38  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  39           <block>3-a</block>  </table-cell>  40       </table-row>      41     </table-body> 

Excerpts from Figure 6-5 in Examples Example 6-8 and Example 6-9 show, respectively, the use of the row-based and cell-based row grouping strategies.

Example 6-9 The use of table-cell object in Figure 6-5
 Line 01 <table-and-caption caption-side="after">      02   ...      03     <table-body text-align="center">      04  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  05         <block>cell-01</block>  </table-cell>  06  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  07         <block>cell-02</block>  </table-cell>  08  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  09         <block>cell-03</block>  </table-cell>  10  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  11  starts-row="true">  12         <block>cell-04</block>  </table-cell>  13  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  14         <block>cell-05</block>  </table-cell>  15  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  16         <block>cell-06</block>  </table-cell>  17  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  18         <block>cell-07</block>  </table-cell>  19  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  20  ends-row="true">  21         <block>cell-08</block>  </table-cell>  22  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  23         <block>cell-09</block>  </table-cell>  24  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  25         <block>cell-10</block>  </table-cell>  26  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)"  27  starts-row="true">  28         <block>cell-11</block>  </table-cell>  29  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  30         <block>cell-12</block>  </table-cell>  31  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  32         <block>cell-13</block>  </table-cell>  33  <table-cell font-weight="from-table-column(font-weight)">  34         <block>cell-14</block>  </table-cell>  35     </table-body>      36   </table>      37 </table-and-caption> 


Definitive XSL-FO
Definitive XSL-FO
ISBN: 0131403745
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 99
Authors: G. Ken Holman

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