Andrew Gaffney wrote:
> I've found recently that when I use a CSS reset, I can no longer use
> the "cellpadding" attribute on a TABLE tag, but the "cellspacing"
> attribute works just fine. Is this normal? Is there a recommended way
> to deal with this?
It's very much the norm, and it can't work any other way if CSS should
work at all.
CSS will always overrule equivalent HTML attributes, so if you want HTML
attributes to take effect you must leave out - not style - relevant
parts in your CSS reset.
Recommendation: fine-tune your CSS reset so it goes with your specific
requirements, or leave out CSS reset completely and style specific
elements when and where you need/want to.
(I always do the latter.)
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