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Table of Contents


TABLES allow you to create and organize rows and columns of information for nice, neat formatting.

A Basic Table would look like this:
<TABLE>
<TR>
<TD> This is cell#1 </TD>
<TD> This is cell#2 </TD>
</TR>
</TABLE>


There are only THREE tags you need to memorize to make tables, but the ORDER that you put them in is crucial:

TAG
What it does
Working Parameters
<TABLE>
Starts a TABLE
  • BORDER
  • BGCOLOR
  • CELLPADDING
  • BORDERCOLOR
  • WIDTH
  • HEIGHT
<TR>
Starts a table ROW
  • BGCOLOR
  • BORDERCOLOR
  • HEIGHT
  • ALIGN = LEFT, CENTER, RIGHT
  • VALIGN = TOP, MIDDLE, BOTTOM
<TD>
Starts a table DATA cell
  • BGCOLOR
  • BORDERCOLOR
  • HEIGHT
  • WIDTH
  • ALIGN = LEFT, CENTER, RIGHT
  • VALIGN = TOP, MIDDLE, BOTTOM
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