HTMLTableCellElementinterface provides special properties and methods (beyond the regular
HTMLElementinterface it also has available to it by inheritance) for manipulating the layout and presentation of table cells, either header or data cells, in an HTML document.
DOMString containing an enumerated value reflecting the
align attribute. It indicates the alignment of the element's contents with respect to the surrounding context. The possible values are
DOMString containing a name grouping cells in virtual. It reflects the obsolete
DOMString containing the background color of the cells. It reflects the obsolete
long representing the cell position in the cells collection of the
tr it belongs to. If the cell doesn't belong to a
tr, it returns
DOMString containing one single chararcter. This character is the one to align all the cell of a column on. It reflects the
char and default to the decimal points associated with the language, e.g.
'.' for English, or
',' for French. This property was optional and was not very well supported.
DOMString containing a integer indicating how many characters must be left at the right (for left-to-right scripts; or at the left for right-to-left scripts) of the character defined by
HTMLTableCellElement.ch. This property was optional and was not very well supported.
long that represents the number of columns this cell must span. It reflects the
DOMSettableTokenList describing a list of
th elements that represents headers associated with the cell. It reflects the
DOMString containing a length of pixel of the hinted height of the cell. It reflects the obsolete
Boolean value reflecting the
nowrap attribute and indicating if cell content can be broken in several lines.
long that represents the number of rows this cell must span. It reflects the
DOMString representing an enumerated value indicating how the content of the cell must be vertically aligned. It reflects the
valign attribute and can have one of the following values:
DOMString containing a length of pixel of the hinted width of the cell. It reflects the obsolete
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