You can easily select a row, a column, or all the cells in the table. Earlier in this lesson, you selected contiguous cells—that is, cells that adjoin or touch one another. You can also select noncontiguous cells—those that do not touch—in a table and modify the properties of those cells. You can’t copy or paste noncontiguous cells. The following steps demonstrate various selection methods.
You can change several options for each cell, either on an individual basis or for multiple selected cells. These options include background color and alignment.
In the index.html document, select noncontiguous cells in the top row of the remaining table by holding down Cmd (Macintosh) or Ctrl (Windows) and clicking ...