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Exercise 4:

Now alter the last table using shaded rows and no border...

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NAME SYMBOL CURRENT 52WK HI 52WK LO P/E RATIO
Microsoft MSFT 86-3/8 119-15/16 75-1/2 56.09
Cisco Systems CSCO 72-1/8 82 24-13/16 400.69
America Online AOL 63 95-13/16 38-15/32 350.00
Qwest Communications Q 44-7/16 66 25-3/4 74.06
Dell Computers DELL 53-59/64 59-11/16 31-3/8 86.97
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Exercise 5:

Construct a pair of tables side by side within another table. Using the table attributes of cellspacing, cellpadding and border, get your table to look like the following and center it across the width of the page...

Rubberbaby
buggybumpers
Shesells
seashells
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Exercise 6:

Construct this puzzle looking thing. It will exercise your knowledge of colspan and rowspan. It's not as easy as it looks. Keep at it until you work it out...

Top
way left middle up way right
middle down
 
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Note that the bottom cell is empty but not missing.


Exercise 7:

Make up three image links and put them in a borderless table. Construct the table so that there is just a little space between the images.

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Email
Links
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Upload the page and the images to your web server and make sure everything works as expected.

Once uploaded, validate your page. Use the HTML 4.01 Transitional doctype. If there are any errors, correct them so that your page validates.

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