<TR ...> designates a table row. Each
<TR ...> element contains one or more
<TD ...> or
<TH ...> elements. For example, this code creates a table with two rows:
<TABLE BORDER CELLPADDING=8>
<TR> <TD>peaches</TD> <TD>grapes</TD> <TD>oranges</TD> </TR>
<TR> <TD>watermelon</TD> <TD>limes</TD> <TD>watermelon</TD> </TR>
which gives us this table
|peaches ||grapes ||oranges |
|watermelon ||limes ||watermelon |
Technically the end tag (
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</TR>) is optional. However, Netscape has a history of getting confused when the end tag is missing so it's best to always use