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Thanks Sooo Much! to all of you that suggested using a CSS
formatted table to do my 26 by 26 matrix. I'm now well along
It is a large table and I have a lot of <TD> cells that look
<SPAN CLASS="cellword" TITLE="word explanation">
This allows the webpage user to hover over the cell that has
the word "word" in it and see text that explains the word:
that text is: "word explanation".
For example, it could be the word's definition.
Here's what I'm wondering:
Is there any way the write the SPAN line as:
<SPAN CLASS="cellword" TITLE=@word> word </SPAN>
where the @word "pointer" points to the word explanation
That is, a level of text indirection so that I don't
have to clutter up the large 26 by 26 table with the
precise text of the word explanations - but can instead
put them somewhere else is a neat little "list" or
"array" and refer to each one indirectly (with whatever
CSS users) as shown.
Any ideas hughly welcomed.
Thanks Sooo Much
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