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Are you sure there isn't a mistake somewhere else - maybe post some more context. When I run your example it works fine. Using CGI version 4.44
use CGI; my $cgi = CGI->new; my $html = $cgi->TR( { -height => '100', -valign => 'bottom' }, [ $cgi->th(['Vegetable', 'Breakfast','Lunch','Dinner']), $cgi->td(['Tomatoes' , 'no', 'yes', 'yes']), ] ); print "$html";
<tr height="100" valign="bottom"> <th>Vegetable</th> <th>Breakfast</th> <th>Lunch</th> <th>Dinner</th> </tr> <tr height="100" valign="bottom"> <td>Tomatoes</td> <td>no</td> <td>yes</td> <td>yes</td> </tr>

In reply to Re: strange output using -valign by tangent
in thread strange output using -valign by edwardsmarkf

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