The HTML Elements reference.

"tr" - html element

  • This element defines a table row.
  • Starttag <tr> is Required and endtag </tr> is Optional
  • The element contains 'th' or 'td' elements, which in turn contain the actual cell data of the table.
  • Browsers that support the tr - element : Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox Opera Google Chrome Apple Safari
Element "tr" example:
<table   border='1'
cellpadding='0' cellspacing='0' >
<caption>Browser Accesskey usage  </caption>
    <th >Browser</th>
    <th >accesskey usage</th>
    <th >Remarks</th>
    <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>
    <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>

align (deprecated), bgcolor (deprecated), char , charoff , class , dir , id , lang , style , title , valign

Attribute "align" value(s): depend on which element left, center, right, justify or char
  • Specifies the horizontal alignment of its element with respect to the surrounding context. Specifies the alignment of data and the justification of text in a cell.
  • You should use styles (CSS) instead.
Possible attribute, align, values for this element:
Attribute value description
left Left-flush data/Left-justify text. This is the default value for table data.
center Center data/Center-justify text. This is the default value for table headers.
right Right-flush data/Right-justify text.
justify Double-justify text.
char Align text around a specific character. If a user agent doesn't support character alignment, behavior in the presence of this value is unspecified.

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