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<!-- IETF HTML table standard, see [RFC1942] -->
The BORDER attribute sets the thickness of the frame around the
table. The default units are screen pixels.
The FRAME attribute specifies which parts of the frame around
the table should be rendered. The values are not the same as
CALS to avoid a name clash with the VALIGN attribute.
The value "border" is included for backwards compatibility with
<TABLE BORDER> which yields frame=border and border=implied
For <TABLE BORDER=1> you get border=1 and frame=implied. In this
case, it is appropriate to treat this as frame=border for backwards
compatibility with deployed browsers.
<!ENTITY % TFrame "(void|above|below|hsides|lhs|rhs|vsides|box|border)">
The RULES attribute defines which rules to draw between cells:
If RULES is absent then assume:
"none" if BORDER is absent or BORDER=0 otherwise "all"
<!ENTITY % TRules "(none | groups | rows | cols | all)">
<!-- horizontal placement of table relative to document -->
<!ENTITY % TAlign "(left|center|right)">
<!-- horizontal alignment attributes for cell contents -->
<!ENTITY % cellhalign
"align (left|center|right|justify|char) #IMPLIED
char %Character; #IMPLIED -- alignment char, e.g. char=':' --
charoff %Length; #IMPLIED -- offset for alignment char --"
<!-- vertical alignment attributes for cell contents -->
<!ENTITY % cellvalign
"valign (top|middle|bottom|baseline) #IMPLIED"
<!ELEMENT CAPTION - - (%inline;)* -- table caption -->
<!ELEMENT THEAD - O (TR)+ -- table header -->
<!ELEMENT TFOOT - O (TR)+ -- table footer -->
<!ELEMENT TBODY O O (TR)+ -- table body -->
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