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Creating and Setting Attributes

$root = new DomDocument('1.0', 'iso-8859-1');
$html = $root->createElement("html");

$body = $root->createElement("body");
$table = $root->createElement("table");

$w = $root->createAttribute("width");
$h = $root->createAttribute("height");
$b = $root->createAttribute("border");
$table->setAttribute("width", "100%");
$table->setAttribute("height", "50%");
$table->setAttribute("border", "1");

$row = $root->createElement("tr");

$cell = $root->createElement("td", "value1");
$cell = $root->createElement("td", "value2");



echo $root->saveHTML();

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