You would first interrogate the HTML table as normal. Identify the match cells, the table section, and finally the data cell(s). Save and close the designer. Now interrogate the "icons" (I am assuming they will be hyperlink or "A" tags). They should appear beneath your table section. Make sure that the match rules are unique to each other and that they are not specific to only the first row (i.e. make sure you disable UseElementID if it is enabled and make sure that any match rules like ElementID do not include the index or anything specific to the row).
Posted: 4 years ago
Posted: 24 Jan 2018 20:50 EST
Cecil Howell (howec)
Global Tech Enablement, Senior Instructor
You really haven't supplied enough information to get a definitive answer. Sasnt gave what may be a good answer but he had to make a lot of assumptions which may not be correct for your application.
Is table element being used to show records in a table, where each row contains a record with the icon and you want the icon for a particular row? Then the answer Sasnt gave is pointing you in the right direction.
Is the table element just being used for layout (old school way of doing layout)? Then the answer is different.
Seeing the table or at least the row html and answering the question above will help you get a better answer.