It occurs to me, that for some applications, it is more sensible to have the colums be rows and and vice versa.
note that the TH product would be implied only ( not in the actual mark up, the same way ROW is implied on regular tables)Code:
PRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCT
NAME ray roni bushy havoc bowtie
DESC paragraph paragraph paragraph paragraph paragraph
COST $ $ $ $ $
I am almost certain there is no CSS solution ( tho that would be best ) in which to reverse the ways columns and rows are displayed.
I also know that I could use<TH> instead of <TD> and the scope attribute on the first cell of every row but something seems clumsy about it, if only because I cant group all the THs in a THEAD.
EDIT: I should have added that I am looking to do this while maintaining the table element properties ( dynamic equal= heights, widths )
Am I being too particular? I just wanted some insights about how others handle this situation