HTML Tags Comparison - Tables created from an external source and Jamasoftware tools

Luis Prudoth
Luis Prudoth
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Author: Luis Prudoth

Date: May 28, 2024

Audience: Everyone


In this article, you will learn the differences between a clean HTML Tag from a table copy-pasted from another source and a table created with the Jamasoftware tools.



In this example, we will use the Word document table (external source) and compare it with one created inside Jama Connect.

As you can see in the picture above, when you copy/paste content located in a different source, it is expected to get additional HTML tags within the content. Jama respects what was taken from the source when you perform this task. We don't have control over other tools managing their unique background HTML tags. If you want to keep using the copy-paste from another source but don't want to get those additional HTML tags and you are not familiar with this topic, you can try removing those using free HTML Remover website tools which can help you clean obsolete/unnecessary tags. For example, you can use this website:

We recommend using/creating the tables inside Jama to avoid obsolete/unnecessary tags. If you want to learn more about how to properly create tables in Jama Connect, we invite you to read the following article: Learn how to add multiple rows and columns to a table in the Rich Text Editor (RTE)

Cause: Additional and unnecessary HTML tags appear in the source code of the table's content.


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