HTML 5 <tbody> tag
Definition and Usage
Defines a table body.
The thead, tfoot and tbody elements enable you to group rows in a table.
When you create a table, you might want to have a header row, some rows with data, and
a row with totals at bottom. This division enables browsers to support scrolling of
table bodies independently of the table header and footer. When long tables are
printed, the table header and footer information may be repeated on each page
that contains table data.
Differences Between HTML 4.01 and HTML 5
In HTML 5 no tbody attributes are supported!
Tips and Notes
Note: The <tbody> must have a <tr> tag inside!
Note: If you use the thead, tfoot and tbody elements, you should use
every element. They should appear in this order:
<thead>, <tfoot> and <tbody>, so that browsers can render
the foot before receiving all the data. You must use these tags within the table
<td>This text is in the THEAD</td>
<td>This text is in the TFOOT</td>
<td> This text is in the TBODY</td>
|This text is in the THEAD
|This text is in the TFOOT
|This text is in the TBODY
- 4: indicates if the attribute is defined in HTML 4.01
- 5: indicates if the attribute is defined in HTML 5
|Defines the text alignment in cells. Not supported. Use CSS
||Specifies which character to align text on. Not supported.
|Specifies the alignment offset to the first character to
align on. Not supported.
|Specifies the vertical text alignment in cells. Not
supported. Use CSS instead.
|class, contenteditable, contextmenu, dir, draggable, id,
irrelevant, lang, ref, registrationmark, tabindex, template, title
For a full description, go to Standard
Attributes in HTML 5.
|onabort, onbeforeunload, onblur, onchange, onclick,
oncontextmenu, ondblclick, ondrag, ondragend, ondragenter, ondragleave,
ondragover, ondragstart, ondrop, onerror, onfocus, onkeydown, onkeypress,
onkeyup, onload, onmessage, onmousedown, onmousemove,
onmouseover, onmouseout, onmouseup, onmousewheel, onresize, onscroll, onselect,
For a full description, go to Event Attributes
in HTML 5.
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