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Tony’s right; you really haven’t seen a good way of using XHTML to represent his table, at least not yet. While you might think there’s a way to use CSS and
<div>s to create tables, XHTML has a
<table> element to take care of all your tabular needs. Before we dive into the
<table> element, let’s first get an idea of what goes into a table:
If they put you in charge of XHTML, how would you ...