I mentioned in a previous post that I still use Microsoft FrontPage to create and edit web pages. Over the years I have tried out other such editors with varying degrees of success. I have more recently been renewing those efforts but I have reached a stumbling block. Help?
Since dabbling with Ubuntu Linux I discovered the BlueGriffon WYSWYG editor (also available for Windows) that can apparently be used not only for creating and editing HTML documents, but EPUB files also; that might come in handy at some point, but for now web pages…
Let’s say I create a page and put a table on that page. How can I insert text above that table? (without dabbling in the HTML or cutting the table, typing what I want and then pasting the table below).
In FrontPage I can click in the top left-most cell of the table and press Enter/Return and it will drop the table down a line ready for me to type there, but in BlueGriffon this doesn’t work. I have also tried NVU, another web page editor and that has the same issue. In both the new line is inserted within the table, not what I want.
I have searched online for an answer but only find solutions for Microsoft Word which don’t work here; to use CTRL+Shift+Enter instead.
Pressing Enter/Return in a table in LibreOffice works fine also.
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