Create a table for layout or data presentation. Tables are the backbone of HTML documents as they provide a coherent method to organize your code and your websight itself.

Attribute Description
align Horizontally align various tags or content.
background Use local URLs or Web URLs.
bgcolor Add background colors to elements within your HTML document. Use a numeric, hexidecimal, or named color of your choice.
border Add a border to elements, the higher the numeric integer, the larger the border.
bordercolor Changes the color of your border from the default. Use a numeric, hexidecimal, or named value.
bordercolordark Changes the "shadow" color of your borders. Use a numeric, hexidecimal, or named value.
bordercolorlight Changes the color of the "highlight" of your border. Use a numeric, hexidecimal, or named value.
cellpadding Define the numeric pixel value padding between a cell's content and its border.
cellspacing Add the numeric pixel value between table cells, also defines a distance between tables themselves.
class Classify or name your elements. For instance, if you classify several paragraph elements the same name, using CSS it is possible to give them all the same styles in one line of code.
height Define an element's height using a numeric pixel value or a percentage.
hspace The numeric pixel value for the horizontal space to allow from an element's border to it content's beginning and end.
id Specify an ID for your elements.
lang Define the language to display your element in. Here's a link to the abbreviations of languages. http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/iso639a.html
nowrap Refuses any form of word wrapping for the element.
style Used to create inline styles such as CSS.
title Places a "pop-up" title for an element upon mouse over. Similar to "help" pop-ups in word programs.
valign Vertically align an element.
vspace The numeric pixel value between an element's border and the top/bottom of its content.
width Define the width of an element with a numeric pixel value or a percentage.


<tr><td>Row 1 Cell 1</td><td>Row 1 Cell 2</td></tr>
<tr><td>Row 2 Cell 2</td><td>Row 2 Cell 2</td></tr>


Row 1 Cell 1Row 1 Cell 2
Row 2 Cell 2Row 2 Cell 2