A structure like that is not valid markup and should be avoided as it
can/will produce unexpected behavior. A TD cannot have an anchor as a
parent and a TR cannot have an anchor as a direct descendent.

Furthermore, outerHTML is a proprietary Microsoft method and is not
supported in other browsers.

What is the end goal of what you are trying to do here? Why do you say
it is required to have an anchor around a TD and what is the purpose
of removing the anchor after some click action happens?

-justin

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