spanspec — Formatting information for a spanned column in a table.
A spanspec associates a name with a span between two columns in a table. In the body of the table, cells can refer to the span by name. Cells that refer to a span will span horizontally from the first column to the last column, inclusive.
Cells can also form spans directly, by naming the start and end columns themselves. The added benefit of a spanspec is that it can associate formatting information (such as alignment and table rule specifications) with the span. This information does not need to be repeated then, on each spanning cell.
Suppressed. This element is expected to obey the semantics of the CALS Table Model Document Type Definition [calsdtd].
t<spanspec spanname="fullyear" namest="jan" nameend="dec"/>
exists in a table, colspecs named “jan” and “dec” must also exist in the same table.
Specifies the horizontal alignment of text in an entry.
Aligned on a particular character.
Left and right justified.
Specifies the alignment character when align is set to “char” .
Specifies the percentage of the column's total width that should appear to the left of the first occurance of the character identified in char when align is set to “char” .
Specifies the presence or absence of the column separator
No column separator rule.
Provide a column separator rule on the right
Specifies an ending column by name.
Specifies a starting column by name.
Specifies the presence or absence of the row separator
No row separator rule.
Provide a row separator rule below
Provides a name for a span specification.