Defines the table heading. Use THEAD to duplicate headings when breaking tables across page boundaries, or for static headings when body sections are rendered in a scrolling panel.
|CENTER||The text in the heading is aligned in the center of the page.|
|LEFT||The text in the heading is aligned with the left margin.|
|RIGHT||The text in the heading is aligned with the right margin.|
|JUSTIFY||The text in the heading is justified.|
|MIDDLE||Text is aligned in the middle of the heading.|
|TOP||Text is aligned at the top of the heading.|
|BOTTOM||Text is aligned at the bottom of the heading.|
The table heading is optional; if given, only one heading is allowed. The THEAD element is valid only within a table; you must use a TABLE element before using this element. The end-tag is optional.
<TABLE> <THEAD> <TR> ... </TR> <TBODY> <TR> ... </TR> </TABLE>
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