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HTML::DOM::Element::TR(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation HTML::DOM::Element::TR(3)
 

HTML::DOM::Element::TR - A Perl class for representing table rows in an HTML DOM tree

Version 0.054

  use HTML::DOM;
  $doc = HTML::DOM->new;
  $elem = $doc->createElement('tr');
  
  $elem->vAlign('top'); # set attribute
  $elem->align;         # get attribute
  $elem->tagName;
  # etc
  
  $elem->cells->[0]; # first cell
  ($elem->cells)[0]; # same
  
  $cell = $elem->insertCell(7);
  $elem->deleteCell(1);

This class implements 'tr' elements in an HTML::DOM tree. It implements the HTMLTableRowElement DOM interface and inherits from HTML::DOM::Element (q.v.).

In addition to those inherited from HTML::DOM::Element and its superclasses, this class implements the following DOM methods:
rowIndex
Returns the index of this row within the table.
sectionRowIndex
Returns the index of this row within its parent table section. (See HTML::DOM::Element::TableSection.)
cells
This returns a collection of the table row's cells.
align
bgColor
ch
chOff
vAlign
Each of these returns the corresponding HTML attribute. ("ch" and "chOff" correspond to 'char' and 'charoff,' respectively.) If you pass an argument, it will become the new value of the attribute, and the old value will be returned.
insertCell
Insert a new cell at the given index and returns it.
deleteCell
Deletes the cell at the given index.

HTML::DOM
HTML::DOM::Element
HTML::DOM::Element::Table
HTML::DOM::Element::TableSection
HTML::DOM::Element::TableCell
2014-12-23 perl v5.28.1

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