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want all the content to be on the top of the td



want to do this in td tag without using external css

<td style="valign:top">words</td>  does not work
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<Td valign="top">words</td>
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by:nedlogan
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Hi
You should do the following:

<td valign="top">Hello</td>

Regards.
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by:s8web
ID: 35022292
It should be <td style="vertical-align:top;">Hello</td>

You could also do it in the head (put it after your <title> tag) so it sets all of them on the page, like this:

<style type="text/css">
      td{vertical-align:top;}
</style>

Or, if you're using an external stylesheet, just include:

td{vertical-align:top;}

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thanks
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