<TH ...> works just like
<TD ...>, except that
<TH ...> indicates that the cell is a header for a column or row.
is identical to
<TD ...> in every way except one:
<TH ...> indicates that the table cell is a header cell, a title for a column or row.
<TH ...> cells are generally rendered with the letters in bold.
<TABLE BORDER CELLPADDING=4>
<TR> <TH>name</TH> <TH>extension</TH> <TH>department</TH> </TR>
<TR> <TD>Lynn Almond</TD> <TD>x 9882</TD> <TD>Cooking</TD> </TR>
<TR> <TD>Roby Robinson</TD> <TD>x 9432</TD> <TD>Landscaping</TD> </TR>
|name ||extension ||department |
|Lynn Almond ||x 9882 ||Cooking |
|Roby Robinson ||x 9432 ||Landscaping |