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Thu, Mar 07, 2024 11:56 pm

Table Attributes Deprecated in HTML 5

In HTML 4, you could use <table width="100%">. In HTML 5, using width in that way has been deprecated in favor of putting the width within a style designation. If you use <table width="100%"> in an HTML 5 webpage and check the page with the W3C HTML validation tool, you will see the message " Error  The width attribute on the table element is obsolete. Use CSS instead." You can use the following, instead:

<table style="width: 100%;">

The same is true for specification of the width of <td> table elements. Under HTML 4, the following was ok:

<td width="33%" align="left">

In the above HTML code, the cell width could be specified as 33% of the table width and text in a cell could be left-aligned with align="left". Under HTML 5, though, both specifications are considered obsolete and the following should be used, instead:

<td style="width:33%; text-align:left;">

If you need to center the text, you can use text-align:center, instead. If you wish to vertically align an element in a table cell, such as text or an image, in HTML 4 you could use the following:

<td valign="top">March 12</td>

In HTML 5, you can use the following instead of the above deprecated use of valign:

<td style="vertical-align: top;">March 12</td>

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