The header of the table must contain information about the columns of the table.
The contents of table cells are centered.
|char||This attribute defines that the contents of table cells
must be centered around a certain character. Which character this is, is
defined with the char attribute.
If no char attribute is given, a default character is used. This is the character that is defined to represent the decimal point in the current language. In English this is the period ("."), in Dutch it is the comma (",").
|justify||The contents of table cells is evenly spread between the left and right border of a table cell. This is achieved by enlarging the space between each word on a line.|
The contents of table cells are aligned to the left side.
|right||The contents of table cells are aligned to the right side.|
align="char", this attribute specifies which character must be used to center the text around.
When more than one occurrence of the character is present, the first occurrence is used.
align="char"is used. The value can be specified as a number of pixels, or as a percentage of the current width.
This offset is added to the position where the character to center around is. The direction of the offset depends on the current direction of the text.
When the alignment character isn't present in the line, the text is shifted, so that the text ends at the offset.
|baseline||The first line of the contents of the cell are aligned with a common baseline.|
|bottom||The text in each cell in the column is aligned at the bottom of the cell.|
|middle||The text is centered vertically in each cell.|
|top||The text in each cell is aligned at the top of the cell.|
A template for a table :