When I learned HTML tables back in the 90s,
at some point I discovered the element
for grouping the and not: The latter form— directly enclosing Who knew?
What I missed was there should be a element between the two.
In other words, a well-formed HTML table with a header looks like this:
s—had always worked for me.
Until yesterday when I ran afoul of an HTML5 validator on a remote API,
which simply would not let me proceed until I wrapped my cells with a .
The latter form— directly enclosing Who knew?
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