FAQ: Learn HTML - Tables - Table Footer

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I Know a bit of HTML and I’am re-capping the basics. I ran into a part that I don’t get.
It is the part , where you use two

for a line break. why?
Why not use a start bvreak and an where you want it

Why it’s not necessary to wrap the content of the element inside a

element as in the case for the ?

I realized when I played around and added more than one <tfoot> elements in one <table> , only the first one is treated as footer and brought to the very end of my table, subsequent <tfoot> elements added are treated like normal <tr> rows.
Is this correct observation or it’s more complex than that?

Why is that in in a thead you need tr to hold the info but not in the tfoot

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In the final row where we added a table footer should we also add a third empty column?

Is it necessary to use ‘tr’ as a child element of ‘tfoot’?