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XHTML Tutorial - Table Cell "td" Tag/Element
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What Is a "td" Tag/Element?
A "td" element is a special element that can only be used as a
sub-element of a "tr" element. A "td" element defines a column in a row.
Here are basic rules about "td" elements:
- "td" elements are special elements only valid inside "tr" elements.
- "td" elements can have text contents.
- "td" elements are flow elements - can have both block elements and inline elements.
- A "td" element will be displayed as a new cell in the row.
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- What Is a "table" Tag/Element?
- What Is a "tr" Tag/Element?
- What Is a "td" Tag/Element?
- What Are the Attributes of a "table" Element?
- How To Create Table Borders?
- How To Turn On Some Parts of Table Outer Borders?
- How To Control White Spaces between Table Cells?
- How To Control Padding Spaces within a Table Cell?
- How To Control Table Widths?
- What Happens If One Row Has Missing Columns?
- How To Control Horizontal Alignment in Table Cells?
- How To Control Vertical Alignment?
- How To Add Column Headers to a Table?
- What Is a "caption" Tag/Element?
- How To Merge Cells in a Row?
- How To Merge Cells in a Column?
- How To Create Nested Tables?