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Old 01-24-2013, 01:15 PM   #5
exaltedwombat
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Something like this in your stylesheet allows you to simplify - no need for a class on each table.

table td {
vertical-align: top;
padding-left: 4pt;
padding-right: 4pt;
padding-top: 2pt;
padding-bottom: 2pt;
}

The only reader foible I have come across is if you convert to Kindle. Most of the previews are OK, but "Kindle for iPad" preview seems to ignore the centering when applied in the stylesheet. It honours it when inserted explicitly in each <td> tag. (Any comments? I haven't investigated this rigorously.)
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