• ADDING TABLES

     

    TABLE FOR HYPERLINKS (example):

    ***REPLACE THE FILE NAME IN THE HYPERLINK WITH YOUR OWN FILE NAMES

     

    <CENTER>

    <TABLE BGCOLOR="white" BORDER="5" BORDERCOLOR="black" WIDTH=”975”>

    <TR>

    <TD ALIGN="center"><A HREF=”home page.html”>HOME</A></TD>

    <TD ALIGN="center"><A HREF=”pics page.html”>PICTURES</A></TD>

    <TD ALIGN="center"><A HREF=”links page.html”>LINKS</A></TD>

    <TD ALIGN="center"><A HREF=”contact page.html”>CONTACT US</A></TD>

    </TR>

    </TABLE>

    </CENTER>

     

    TABLE FOR IMAGES (example):

    ***REPLACE THE FILE NAME IN THE “IMG SRC” TAG WITH YOUR OWN FILE NAMES

     

    <CENTER>

    <TABLE BGCOLOR="white" BORDER="5" BORDERCOLOR="black" WIDTH=”700”>

    <TR>

    <TD ALIGN="center"><IMG SRC=”image1.jpg”></TD>

    <TD ALIGN="center">< IMG SRC=”image2.jpg”></TD>

    </TR>

    <TR>

    <TD ALIGN="center">< IMG SRC=”image3.jpg”></TD>

    <TD ALIGN="center">< IMG SRC=”image4.jpg”></TD>

    </TR>

    </TABLE>

    </CENTER>

     

     

     

    1. Type <TABLE> where you want to insert a table.
    2. Type <TR> to start the first row in the table.
    3. Type <TD> for the first column you want to create.
    4. Type in the code you want displayed in that cell.
    5. Type </TD> to complete the cell.
    6. Repeat steps 3 – 5 to add additional cells.
      1. To make it easier to identify different cells, place each one on a new line.
    7. Type </TR> at the end of the first row.
    8. Continue adding rows and data as needed.
    9. Type </TABLE> at the end of the table data.
Last Modified on March 24, 2014