I have a table in which the first column contains shipping addresses and the rest of the columns display items shipping to each address.
The cell in the first column (that contains the shipping address) has a rowspan equal to the number of rows of items being shipped there.
To illustrate, a typical entry would be:
Note that the number of items per address can vary from 1 upwards and the rowspan is set accordingly.
The issue I am having is that, when there are only 2 items, the height of each item td is half that of the address td, which results in vertical whitespace between the text of the two items which is not there when there is a greater number of shipments listed.
In other words, with 2 items, Item 1 would be level with Location and Item 2 would be level with City. With 4 items, Item 1 would be level with Building, Item 2 would be level Street, etc.
What I would like to achieve is that the vertical whitespace between items would be the same regardless of the number of items so that Item 2 would be level with Street regardless of how many items there are.
Is there any way to achieve this?