Tables on the web consist of rows and cells and they are used to organize your page.
A table is a group of "boxes" on a web page in which you can place
Select the table icon to begin your table.
Table Properties box displays and you can insert rows and columns.
Two Rows, Two Columns
Three Rows, Two Columns
Two Rows, Two Columns with a Header
Cell Spans Two Columns
Cell Spans Three Rows
Graphics can also be placed
Graphics must FIRST be
Width and Height of the Table
Specifying the width and height on your tables can make your pages easier to control. There are two ways of marking the width and height of your tables. One way is by specifying a certain number of pixels. The other is by marking the width and height using percents. Pixels will make it your table a fixed length. Percents will take up a certain percent of the content area, and will change with the size of the user’s browser window or screen resolution size.
- Border can be set to any value, for bigger borders around your tables and between your cells. Note that most tables have their border set to 0 — i.e. invisible, with background colours used to define the edges of the cells.
- Align just like most elements, whole tables can be aligned to the center, left or right.
- Width is used to specify how wide the table is, either in pixels or in a percentage of the screen width. For example, you could specify width="400" or width="80%".