An HTML table is but one of the elements for which you can bind data from an XML data island. Here are a few examples that should work.
This tutorial considered embedding a well formed XML fragment into an HTML file to create an XML data island and showed how one could access data embedded in the XML file. The tutorial also showed the different HTML tags to which the data from the XML data island can be bound. With XML becoming ever more pervasive and the client side implementation gaining a lot of ground, a working knowledge of XML data islands is deemed essential; this tutorial is addressed to provide such a background. The browser specific nature of the source code makes it necessary to hide the XML island from non-IE browsers. This concern is not addressed in the tutorial.
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