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|example=[table]<br>[tr][td]text or[/td][td]more[/td][/tr]<br>[tr][td]BB[/td][td]Code[/td][/tr]<br>
 
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|description=The td tag produces table cells, sometimes called table columns. They produce standard html &lt;td&gt; elements, and are displayed the same. This is a block level tag, and can contain any other tag, but must be placed only in tr tags.
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|description=The td tag produces table cells, sometimes called table columns. They produce standard html <td&gt; elements, and are displayed the same. This is a block level tag, and can contain any other tag, but must be placed only in tr tags.
 
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Revision as of 07:53, 1 July 2013

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description: The td tag produces table cells, sometimes called table columns. They produce standard html <td> elements, and are displayed the same. This is a block level tag, and can contain any other tag, but must be placed only in tr tags.

example: [table]
[tr][td]text or[/td][td]more[/td][/tr]
[tr][td]BB[/td][td]Code[/td][/tr]
[/table]

result:

text ormore
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