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Your browser is parsing the website first and then showing the parsed values in your developer console/elements. That's what you are seeing in the screenshot you attached.

The code you are creating is not valid HTML, you can't wrap a table row (tr) inside a link element (a) within a table element. What you could do is put the link inside all td elements or add onclick attributes to your table rows (tr) with a window.location=... call. Or you could use div elements instead, but that would make building the table on your own necessary.


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