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Windows® 98 Unleashed by Paul McFedries

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Setting Up Tables

An HTML table is a rectangular grid of rows and columns in a Web page. You can enter all kinds of information into a table, including text, numbers, links, and even images. Your tables will always begin with the following basic container:

<TABLE>
</TABLE>

All the other table tags fit between these two tags. There are two things you need to know about the <TABLE> tag:

  • If you want your table to show a border, use the <TABLE BORDER=n> tag (where n is the size of the border).
  • If you don't want a border, just use <TABLE>.

When that's done, most of your remaining table chores will involve the following four-step process:

1.
Add a row.
2.
Divide the row into the number of columns you want.
3.
Insert data into each cell.
4. ...

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