Jen Kramer explains how to create a simple table, using the table tag, tr for table rows, td for table data, and th for table headings.
- [Instructor] Occasionally, you'll want…some information that lends itself to a spreadsheet,…and you want this to display on your website.…If it might work in a spreadsheet,…then it's probably going to be a great match…to the HTML table structure.…There are three parts to a table for you to know.…The table's identity itself via the table tag,…a table row, and a table cell.…Some of the cells may be headers,…and some of them are just where the data is located.…Unfortunately, tables are super ugly,…but again, rest assured, we can attach that…to CSS and make it look however you want…with a discussion with your web developer.…
But you have to have the right markup…as always to get started.…So, let's go ahead and try setting up…a table for a list of contact information.…This is a fairly typical thing…that you might see on a website…that would lend itself to this kind of format.…So, here is 1-11-begin.html inside…of your exercise files folder,…and if you take a look at this file,…you'll see that I've started it off for you.…
- Working with head and body tags
- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
- Fixing HTML in MailChimp
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding HTML
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