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## Let's use this tutorial.

It's fairly simple, but covers all of the following features of tables:

- Basic table tags
table, tr, td, th, caption

- Borders vs no borders
- Standard symmetrical tables with elements in each equally sized cell
- Formatting text and images within table cells
- Spanning a row or column (**very important**)
- Top and Side headings (ie labelling the rows and columns)
Other References:

Examples of Tables (right here on the Math Forum site):

- Forum Home Page

Could you tell?- Math Resources by Subject

My personal favorite. This is a kind of sideways table. Look at the code and you'll see what I mean. The idea is to keep the organization more or less the same even for browsers that don't recognize table, like lynx.- Quick Reference A basic table. Our way of presenting LOTS of links in a relatively small space.

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