|DotNet Class HL7Connect.Cda.Table|
A table. May have a caption, and SHALL have at least one row. A table may have optional header and footer rows. All rows are defined in groups. A table may also have col and colgroup elements to define styles for columns.
|A series of cols that define columns in the table|
|A series of column groups that define columns in the table|
|The header of the table|
|The footer of the table|
|The body of the table|
|This attribute provides a summary of the table’s purpose and structure for user agents rendering to non-visual media such as speech and Braille. This is different from the caption in that it must be plain text, and it is usually longer|
|This attribute specifies the desired width of the entire table and is intended for visual user agents. |
The rules described in the html specification for table width calculations apply to the tables described here.
|The width of the border|
|This attribute specifies which sides of the frame surrounding a table will be visible (i.e. which borders are visible).
Frame - kind of borders - that applies to a table
|This attribute specifies which rules (i.e. borders) will appear between cells within a table. The rendering of rules is user agent dependent
How Rules (lines) apply to table elements
|This attribute specifies how much space the user agent should leave between the left side of the table and the left-hand side of the leftmost column, the top of the table and the top side of the topmost row, and so on for the right and bottom of the table. The attribute also specifies the amount of space to leave between cells.|
|This attribute specifies the amount of space between the border of the cell and its contents. If the value of this attribute is a pixel length, all four margins should be this distance from the contents. If the value of the attribute is a percentage length, the top and bottom margins should be equally separated from the content based on a percentage of the available vertical space, and the left and right margins should be equally separated from the content based on a percentage of the available horizontal space.|
Note: consult the HTML specification for further information