<TR ALIGN> vs. <TD ALIGN>

Subject: <TR ALIGN> vs. <TD ALIGN>
From: Dawn Langley <CDLangley -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 1997 18:53:16 -0500

I've noticed that some people place this tag before every single row of data
in their tables: <TD ALIGN=CENTER>

I did a simple 3 row 3 column table and placed this tag before each row: <TR
ALIGN=CENTER>

Example:

<TR>
<TR ALIGN=CENTER>
<TD> row 1 column 1 </TD>
<TD> row 1 column 2 </TD>
<TD> row 1 column 3 </TD>
</TR>

<TR>
<TR ALIGN=CENTER>
<TD> row 2 column 1 </TD>
and so on....

Is there a reason why a person would choose the time consuming task of
placing the align tag before every single data cell versus simply tagging
each row? Both work the same to align text in the center of the cell.

Dawn

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