Insert new row(s) at the first position of a table (and insert a <td> element with some content to it):
The insertRow() method creates an empty <tr> element and adds it to a table.
The insertRow() method inserts the new row(s) at the specified index in the table.
Note: A <tr> element must contain one or more <th> or <td> elements.
Tip: Use the deleteRow() method to remove a row.
The insertRow() method is supported in all major browsers.
|index||Required in Firefox and Opera, optional in IE, Chrome and Safari. A number that specifies the position of the row to insert (starts
at 0). The value of 0 results in that the new row will be inserted at
the first position.
The value of -1 can also be used, this results in a new row being inserted at the last position.This parameter is required in Firefox and Opera, but optional in Internet Explorer, Chrome and Safari.
If this parameter is omitted, insertRow() inserts a new row at the last position in IE and at the first position in Chrome and Safari.
|Return Value:||The inserted <tr> element|
Create and delete row(s):
HTML reference: HTML <tr> tag