What is the row and column in web page designing?

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What is the row and column in web page designing? How does it work? Where does it use? Please tell me about details. Is row and column important to web page?

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What is the row and column in web page designing?

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Row and column is useful and heart element of table tag in web page. Row and column are used for creating cells in table. Column tag must be included in row tag and row tag must be include in table tag.

Here is example:

<table width="90%" border="1" cellspacing="5" cellpadding="5">

<tr>

<td> </td>

<td> </td>

<td> </td>

</tr>

</table>

You must follow this structure.

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What is the row and column in web page designing?

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Rows and columns are essential parts of web page designing. Rows and columns are defined always as the <table> tag as their parent tag. In most of the web controls the hidden structure is developed using the table. In HTML row is <tr> and the cell is <td> collection of <td> tags in vertical direction you call as a column.

You can see it by yourself open any web page in a Google chrome or Firefox browser. Now right click on the page and go to inspect element. There you can see how many rows and column are defined in the HTML page. But on the web page actually you might not see any tables but the hidden structure of the web page has lots of them. There days DIV tags are mostly use as a alternative to the TABLE because of the various resolution issues with the web page.

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What is the row and column in web page designing?

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In HTML, row and columns are used when creating a table. The row tag <tr> defines a row in a table in an HTML document and contains one or more <th> or <td> elements. The row tag is supported in all major web browsers like Google Chrome, Windows Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Opera. Note: the layout attribute has been removed and no longer supported in HTML5.

The row tag can use any of the following attributes:

  • * align – this attribute has been deprecated and no longer supported in HTML5. This attribute aligns the content of the row in a table. The following values can be used: right, left, center, justify, and char.
  • * bgcolor – unfortunately this attribute has also been deprecated and no longer supported in HTML5. It specifies a background color for a row in a table. The color is declared in the following format: rgb(x,x,x), #xxxxxx, or colorname.
  • * char – this attribute has also been deprecated and no longer supported in HTML5. It aligns the content of a row in a table to a character.
  • * charoff – this attribute has also been deprecated and no longer supported in HTML5. It sets the number of characters where the content of a row in a table will be aligned from the character indicated by the char attribute.
  • * valign – this attribute has also been deprecated and no longer supported in HTML5. It vertically aligns the content of a row in a table. The following values can be used: top, middle, bottom, and baseline.

For more information about the column tag <col>, go to HTML <col> Tag.

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