I have been attempting to use tables to organize my page's layout, specifically in relation to images combined with text. I understand that it may be an outdated method of organizing your page layout, but it works for me and will serve the purpose i need it to. Except, wordpress.com seems to have a funny way of interpreting and displaying TABLE html code. When i try to use the rowspan tag within a <td> tag, it works in as much that the cell now spans 2 rows, but the problem is its aligned ABOVE the 2 rows its supposed to span. I've tried a million code work-arounds and its just not aligning the way i want it to.
A lil research points to the issue actually being the CSS code within the Theme templates, but its affected by soooooooo many Theme's in this way that it's gotta be more than just a case by case issue. Trying out different themes, the only one that displayed the table aligned the way I meant it to was the Soundcloud one, which is $75.
Is WordPress.com just not a fan of tables, or what can i do?
The blog I need help with is robertotoscano.wordpress.com.