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What the browser creates
Let's take a look at how the browser displays this HTML table. We'll warn you now:
this isn't going to be the best-looking table, but it will look like a table. We'll worry
about how it looks shortly; for now, let's make sure you've got the basics down.
We've got three ro ws total,
including the headi ngs…
Each <td> is in
its own ce ll…
…and eac h <th> is i n a cell
as well. I t looks lik e the
browser displays he adings
in bold b y default.
…and six colum ns, just
wha t we expec ted.
Finishing typing in the “Testing Tony's Table” HTML from the previous page (we started
it in “table.html”, but you need to finish it). Typing this in, while tedious, will help get the
structure of the <table>, <tr>, <th>, and <td> tags in your head. When you finish, give it
a quick test, and then add the remaining items from Tony's table. Test that too.
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