The Table Foot Element5:08 with Nick Pettit
In general, a table footer element should contain a summary of the table. This might be the final cells that are sums, totals, and averages for each column. A table footer might also just contain some meta-information about the table itself, such as how frequently the table is updated, copyright information, or perhaps the source of the data within the table.
- <tfoot> - The table foot element contains a summary of the table. This might be totals for columns of numerical data or meta-information about the source of data.
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