The td element is used as a container to hold a single table cell.
Note: when a table cell runs beyond the length of a single Reader page, its content is truncated to the length of that single page.The bottom margin is not honored, and the text beyond the length of the first Reader page of the table is simply dropped. In addition, when text is truncated this way the bottom margin of the Reader page is ignored, and text spills over onto the bottom of the page. Page breaks not nested directly within a table cell can crash a Reader eBook; all page breaks are rejected within tables. Do not use page breaks within a table.
Provides an element with a unique name within a single deck.
Affiliates an element with one or more classes.
This attribute is ignored.
Specifies cell alignment with respect to the baseline of the text. It has five possible values: right, left, center, justify orjust.
Specifies vertical cell alignment with respect to the baseline of the text. It has three possible values: top, middle or bottom.
Specifies no wrapping text.
Specifies the width of the table. If specified as a percentage value, the resulting size is based on the available horizontal space
Specifies the height of the table. If specified as a percentage value, the resulting size is based on the available vertical space.
Specifies color, value must be given by name or by 6-digit hex.
black, white, aqua, blue, fuchsia, gray, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, yellow
Specifies the number of spanned rows.
Specifies a brief text string identifying the table. This attribute is ignored.