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Creating Tables The basics, nothing pretty, but it works
What is a table? It is an area made up of ROWS and COLUMNS. Wherever a row and a column intersect, it creates a CELL. You will be working with all three while creating tables.
What a table looks like.. This is a ROW This is a COLUMN This is a CELL
Necessary Code... - Lets the computer know you are creating a table, - Stands for TABLE ROW. Lets the computer know you are now going to be creating a row., - Stands for TABLE DATA. This tag creates a CELL in a row.
Here is how the code looks... Row 1 Row 2 Row 3
Analyze and Understand Creates the table Creates the first row Each creates a cell in that row. Ends the First Row Begins the next row
Important things to remember... Dont forget to use the tag A ROW is Horizontal. Dont forget to close it off at the end of the row. creates a cell in a row. Make sure to close it off before starting a new cell. Dont forget to close off the table.
Your assignment... Recreate the table to your right. Your table should look exactly the same as the one to the right. Your table will not have borders. Do not worry about that right now. They are there only to help you see the different rows, columns and cells. Show your instructor when finished.