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Figure 4-7 shows how the Sitemap page should look in your web browser.
Figure 4-7 The Sitemap page.
Creating the Menu Page
The Menu page is going to display, well, the menu. You're also going to add some images of the menu items to jazz
things up a little. (You don't want boring pages, do you?) The twist is that this time you are going to make these im-
ages into figures and give them captions using two new HTML5 elements, <figure> and <figcaption> .
This will be your first encounter with HTML tables. Tables are a fairly large topic so hang in there for the next few
pages. You really do need to know this stuff!
Introducing Tables
If you have a lot of tabular data to present to your users, you can use the HTML <table> element. Table rows can
be defined using the <tr> element and cells using the <td> element. Column headings are defined using the <th>
element rather than a <td> element.
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