Example for Checkpoint
HTML 4.0 also allows you to explicitly link header information to columns and rows using the "headers" attribute of the <TD> and <TH> elements, e.g.:
|Name||Cups||Type of Coffee||Sugar?|
If you use the 'headers' attribute, a browser or screen reader might be able to expose or read the contents of the cells (if the user wishes) like this:
Name: T. Sexton, Cups: 10, Type: Espresso, Sugar: No
Name: J. Dinnen, Cups: 5, Type: Decaf, Sugar: Yes
because each datum is explicitly associated with its appropriate header.
View the markup code that would generate this example.To Checkpoints for Guideline 5.