When I am typing in a table cell, I can hit either "Enter" or "Shift + Enter" to create a line break. Both produce the same result: a 'break' tag is automatically inserted by the plugin.
Since the lines themselves are not individually tagged, I decided to style the 'break' tag with CSS. In other words, in order to change the spacing between lines in one cell, I have tried attributes like margin-top, margin-bottom, padding, line-height, display, etc. and nothing works. In IE9 that is. It does seem to work in Firefox and other normal browsers.
Please note: The site uses the WP default theme, but it has been much altered, so I can't upgrade. Also, there is no DOCTYPE, so it displays by defaulting to HTML5. So my questions are:
- Is this a Theme problem, an IE problem, or a Plugin problem?
- If I added doctype 4.01 Transitional, would that correct the problem?
- In general, I can't seem to find any way to apply styling to text in a cell without adding code. My client wants an easy-to-use wysiwyg tool with no obvious coding. I don't want to start adding p or span tags.
Please see http://www.benchinternational.com/key-placements/