The tfoot element denotes the block of rows that form the footer for the table. Check out all properties about it!
The tbody element denotes the set of rows that comprise the body of our table. The thead element defines one or more rows that are the column labels for a table element.
You have a basic table, but you have managed to create a problem for yourself. When you go to style the table, you will find it hard to differentiate between the th elements that are on their own row and those that are mixed in with the data. It is not impossible it just requires close attention.. [...]
The th element denotes a header cell, allowing us to differentiate between data and the descriptions of that data. Check out all properties about it!
There are three elements that every table must contain: table, tr, and td. Check out all properties!