may be useful in tables that contain financial information to align
contents beyond the simple
determinations. For example, you might align numerical data to a decimal
point, or some other symbol. The
allows you to define the character against which data is aligned, but this
only works if the
has also been set to
Here, the character to
which cell contents will be aligned is defined as
<table summary="Interest Rates" width="400" border="1"> <caption>Interest Rates</caption> <thead align="char" char="%"> <tr> <th>Account Type</th> <th>Interest Rate (%)</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>Smart</td> <td>From 2%</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Young Saver</td> <td>From 1.6%</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
This attribute takes as its value a single character that appears in the table, such as a decimal point character.
This attribute is poorly supported and should not be relied upon.
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