TAG:  td

The td tag is used to create a container element to hold a single data cell within a row of a table. The data cell contains data or information that can be composed of letters, images, links, numbers, strings, and text. The data cell can also contain nested tags.
A table element can have one or more number of rows and columns. Consequently, you may place one or more data cells (td elements) in a row (tr element). The data cells in the rows line up vertically to create columns of data. Remember, you must declare the number of columns in your table using the column attribute of the table tag.
The td elements must be nested inside a tr element. The tr elements must be nested inside a table element.
Empty td elements (data cells) are permitted and are not ignored by the browser.
Nested Tags:  a  anchor  b  big  br  em  i  img  small  strong  u
The optional class core attribute is used to assign one or more classes to the element. Multiple classes are separated by white space. The class name is case sensitive (i.e., Stocks and stocks are not the same).
The optional id core attribute is used to assign an identifying name to a tag. The name must be unique to the entire deck and not just unique to a card. The first character of the name can be any letter or the underscore. The remaining characters can be any combination of letters, numbers, or underscores.
The optional xml:lang attribute sets the language, such as English or Greek, used in the element. For example, in the U.S. the default value is en-US.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<card id="card1" title="card 1">
Text preceding the table.
<table title="Table Example" columns="3" align="C">
<td>Row 1 Col 1</td>
<td>Row 1 Col 2</td>
<td>Row 1 Col 3</td>
<td>Row 2 Col 1</td>
<td>Row 2 Col 2</td>
<td>Row 2 Col 3</td>
Text following the table.

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