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Web Typography: Designing Tables to be Read, Not Looked At ยท An A List Apart Article

tags: CSS, layout, HTML, table
Illustration for the Web Typography: Designing Tables to be Read, Not Looked At article Tables come in many forms. Some contain simple numbers, others are complex with mixtures of numeric data and textual information. Some require reading row by row, others are scanned vertically. The potential use for tables is as varied as the written word. They can be financial statements, bus timetables, multilanguage dictionaries, tables of contents, numerical conversions, pricing options, feature comparisons, technical specifications, and so on.

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