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- HTML 3.2 and Netscape 4.0: The Table Element
- Andy King's own description of how to use Netscape 3.0 tables like HTML 3.2 tables. With the new HTML 3.2 draft, the two HTMLs are nearly identical.
- From the Web Developer's Virtual Library.
- DJ Quad's Table Tutorial
- this tutorial will be broken into several sections - Table Basics & Standards, Table Tricks & Tips, Table Tutorial Quick Reference, <TABLE> Elements, <TR> Table Row Elements, and <TD> Table Cell Elements. Also has a specific section devoted to Explorer's Table tags.
- How-to Create TABLEs
- This tutorial will show you how to build a table step-by-step by using the example table on the page.
- The HTML 4.0 Table Model
- The latest working draft of the Table Model is available here (version Apr. 24, 1998 now available), by Dave Raggett.
- HTML Tables Tutorial
- A good introduction to HTML 3.0 tables by Urb Lejeune.
- LaRoe's Table Tips
- A view-source style tutorial with HTML comments in the page source that illustrates how the page is laid-out.
- HTML Tips: Tables
- Discusses how to effectively use the CELLPADDING, CELLSPACING and BORDER attributes to create a nice seamless layout using tables.
- From the NCSA's Beginner's Guide to HTML. Cover table building as well as provides a nicely formated reference for table tags in general.
- Table Tutor
- This tutorial is one in a series of WebTutor tutorials. WebTutor is available for download as a self-extracting zip file. (1.35Mb) Additional download options here. Learn in the comfort and privacy of your own home. No salesman will visit.
- Tables in Netscape 1.1
- Netscape's version of tables, all tags listed here are in the latest HTML 3.0 table draft.
Tools and Guides
- Type in your data and preferences, hit a button and a table is created for you to download. By Sam Choukri.
- Tables Tag
- This document describes tags used in tables and which versions of which browsers support them.
- Converting to HTML Tables
- Describes the process of converting your Excel spreadsheet into a table for the web.
Comments are welcome
Revised: May 16, 2000