Recently I was uninspired by Bootstrap’s cop-out for responsive tables where they just add horizontal scrollbars for widths under 768px.
I’d come across a few ideas in the past and now I’m exploring them to give pros and cons for each solution.
In this series of articles I have described how to remove the deprecated attributes in HTML and replicate the styles using CSS. The first part looked at hspace and vspace, type and border. Part two described how to replicate link, alink and vlink, size, noshade and clear. In this final part I will be mopping up width, height, bgcolor and align.