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Applying A Border To <tr>

Sent by cj on 22 March 2006 19:07


On 3/22/06, Zoe M. Gillenwater [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Michael Warkentin wrote:
> > I'm having an issue with styling a table.  Everything is working great, but
> > when I try to apply a border to the <tr> elements, nothing shows up.  If I
> > view the element in the IE DOM inspector, it shows that there should be a
> > border.  I don't have access to an outside server to put up my example, but
> > the relevent code is below.  If you need anything else, let me know..
> >
>
> You need to apply the borders to the td or th elements in the tr's, not
> the tr's themselves.


in case this helps, you can still give the tr a class, such as
"my-tr-class" and then do:

/* to give a top or bottom border to this "tr" */
..my-tr-class td {border-top: 1px solid black;}


or alternatively:
/* to give every cell in the table a border without gaps */
table {border-collapse: collapse;}
td {border: 1px solid black;}
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