The HTML Attribute reference
"cellspacing" - html Attribute
- Specifies how much space the user agent should leave between the left side of the table and the left-hand side of the leftmost column, the top of the table and the top side of the topmost row, and so on for the right and bottom of the table.
- The attribute also specifies the amount of space to leave between cells.
Attribute "cellspacing" example:Used in the element(s):
<table border='5' cellpadding='0' cellspacing='10' > <tr> <th >Browser</th> <th >accesskey usage</th> <th >Remarks</th> </tr> <tr> <td align='center' ><img src="../images/Firefox.png" alt="" border="0" title="Firefox"/></td> <td >Shift + Alt + accesskey</td> <td >Set the focus on the element and execute any link (a) if exist.</td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center' ><img src="../images/IE.png" alt="" border="0" title="Internet explorer" /></td> <td >Alt + accesskey</td> <td >Set the focus on the element. Press enter to execute any link.</td> </tr> </table>
|table||The HTML table model allows you to arrange text, images, links, forms, form fields, other tables, etc. into rows and columns of cells.|
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