When I blogged “Making Tables With Sticky Header and Footers Got a Bit Easier” recently, I mentioned that the “stickiness” improvement was just one of the features that got better for
<table>s in Chrome as part of the TablesNG upgrade. I ain’t the only one who’s stoked about it.
But Bramus took it the rest of the nine yards and looked at all of the table enhancements. Every one of these is great. The kind of thing that makes CSS ever-so-slightly less frustrating.
writing-mode stuff is fantastic.
Very nice but…
if there is more then one line in a <th>, seperated by
<br> then the sequence of lines is reversed.
If this would be fixed I would be happy to use this
instead of my own solution.
Very welcome and long awaited improvements! At the moment, the latest stable versions of Opera (77) and Edge Chromium (91) do not support them. It baffles me how such important features on a commonly used element like [table] didn’t make into the standards before.