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    Differences between td, tr, th, etc

    I did a quickie at google, no results I'm looking for. Do you have a link?


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    td is a table
    tr is the rows in a table
    th is the columns

    You can't have a column or row without a table. You need at least one row and column in a table.

    Just like you can't have a "title" or "head" without the "html"
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    table = table.

    tr = table row.

    td = table data. (a cell).
    th = table header. (also a cell but bold and centered).

    is that what you are asking about?

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    The specs

    The link:

    W3C HTML 4.01 - Tables

    Enjoy!
    Regards,
    Ronald.
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