FULL DISCLOSURE: I am a super novice. Speak slowly and use small words with me!
I'd like to use tables in a number of different ways on this blog. I've read the other forums and the especially helpful stuff from TimeThief (thank you). I also worked with Windows Writer and Google blogs and practiced creating tables there -- that's the hack job currently in the upper left corner. Those programs were not without other problems, but more on that in a second. First I'm going start by asking for the sun...
The tables I'll be creating will be regularly updated for new game scores and player stats. The way I understand things I'll need to go back and revise the HTML every time for every change. Is that right? Is there any way to create or add something like a form where you'd simply cursor over to the appropriate box and change the numbers when there's a new game score to be posted, or when a player's stats change?
I'm going to assume I can't have the form, because you really can't always get what you want, so here's my next question -- every table I create in both Windows and Google has a border around the table but not around individual cells. I'm sure it's me (it usually is) but I feel like I've done every combination I can to try to change that. I completely understand if you don't give advice on those programs here.
Good thing I'm starting off in spring hockey when it's slow is all I have to say -- by the next real season maybe I'll actually know what I'm doing.
I greatly appreciate any wisdom you can share with me.
The blog I need help with is lthockey.wordpress.com.