A simple css table?

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    I have a plugin that outputs 3 custom fields for a job site I’m working on: jobtitle, location salary

    It will output several instances of this and I want it to look neat like this:


    Developer        London     £50K

    Analyst             Bristol        £40K


    and so on.

    I’ve each field in a div but no matter how I play with floats and padding etc I can’t get them to format like rows in a table. Would I be better of just using an HTML table or is there a simple way of doing this using CSS?



    The TablePress plugin may be a solution that works better.

    Or the advanced TinyMce editor plugin by Ozzy who works on the WordPress core provides a button for adding tables.

    CSS could be a problem with different browsers.

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