Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Building basic tables, part of HTML: Building Tables.
(light, clean music)…- Okay, so you should be finished with your first challenge.…Hope you had fun doing it.…Let's take a look at your finished table…and compare it to the reference.htm file…that you can find in the finished_files directory…and that is exactly the one that I have opened.…I've scrolled down all the way down to around line 89…or so and found the table that I created for the challenge.…Okay, so the first thing I notice is the table tag…that I've created here has an id equal…to named so that was the id attribute…that I wanted you to apply to the table.…
If you're wondering why I wanted you to do that,…you might have noticed a little further up on the page,…I had a link down here to the table for…named character entities so clicking that allows you…to jump right down to that which is why I'm doing…that because I'm using a fragment identifier…to do that so the id comes in handy.…Now, just below that, I created a caption…and I named it Common Named Character Entities.…You may notice that content as belonging to the h3…
- Adding content to tables
- Defining table headers
- Styling borders
- Alternating table row colors
- Grouping table content
- Defining columns and headers
- Making table data accessible
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