Tables are really the only way to get
information into a column format on a Web Page.
Creating Tables for your web page is really easy.
There are only three basic container tags
that have to be used with Tables. The three tags
<TR>, and <TD>. Each of these tags
can have various attributes, but we will cover
that in Part 2 of this article.
The <TABLE> tag begins a Table and
the </TABLE> tag ends the table. A table is
made up of columns and rows creating cells.
The <TR> tag begins a row of the
table and </TR> tag ends the row. A row can
have as many columns as you want and different
rows do not have to have the same number of
columns. I have found that the </TR> tag is
not really needed
The <TD> tag begins a cell in the row
of a table and </TD> tag ends the cell in
the row. The </TD> tag is not really needed
Example The following Table code
would create the table below it.
Part Two of this article will cover, the
Varous attributes that can be used with the
<TABLE> <TR> and <TD> tags.