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Alternate Table Rows

By Hava Edelstein December 13, 2000

Rating = 430 votes

This is a command called 'Alternate Rows'.<br><br>It allows for easier formatting of tables than the 'Format Table' command<br>included in Dreamweaver.<br><br>This second version of this extension requires Dreamweaver 4 or later, and offers many enhancements:<br><br>-- An Apply button has been added so that the formatted table can be previewed before clicking the OK button.<br>-- Based on popular demand, there is now a 'Format First Row' checkbox option.<br>-- Based on popular demand, the settings are now 'sticky.'<br>-- Web safe color pickers have been added to the dialog, so that hex numbers do not have to typed in manually.

Alternate Table Rows v2.0 is only supported in dreamweaver 4 and above. Users with earlier versions of dreamweaver should download Alternate Table Rows v1.0 instead.

UI Access:
Access from the 'Alternate Table Rows' entry in the Commands menu.


License: Freeware
Cost: Free
OS: Win | Mac
File format: MXP | 3.2 KB

Additional extension information

Author: Hava Edelstein
Author website: Not available
Date published: December 13, 2000
Approval: Adobe
Browsers: Not available
Required product(s): Dreamweaver 4
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver 4
Server environment: Not available


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qsmad 22-Sep-11 Rating = 5

works great in CS5.5...had some problems finding the htm file, though. I tracked it back from the extension download file. It is in the Users AppsData Roaming (etc etc) file. Hopefully this helps someone else. You'd think that Adobe could just include this in the pgm! Seems so logical to have this ability. Thanks for the fix Grieffin!

tyneff 26-Feb-11 Rating = 5


Thanks for the fix. This extension works fine in CS5 after editing the "Alternate Table Rows.htm" file. Appreicate it.

qsmad 29-Sep-10 Rating = 4

Worked like a charm with the change...CS4 for Mac. Haven't tried it with CS5.

Todd Adel 10-Sep-10 Rating = 1

Doesn't work in CS5.

jefferisp7 16-May-10 Rating = 3

I believe I got it to work in CS4 but deleting the entire if statement listed above. The HTML file is in the User Library's Application Support Adobe Dreamweaver Config commands folder on the Mac.

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