Tables allow you to present large blocks of data to your users in an organized fashion. Phone lists, product specification grids, and calendars are just a few of the possible uses for tables on a Web page.
Tables are arranged in rows and columns, similar to the layout in a spreadsheet application like Microsoft Excel. In XHTML, you use a minimum of three elements to create a table and its parts. The
table element defines the table itself. Then, each row of the table is defined by the table row element,
tr, which is short for table row. Finally, each individual cell is created by use of the
td element, which is short for table data. Each of these elements' tags wraps around the other, so a
td can only ...