Add a 1 pixel solid border to certain table or a part of a table.

Hello there.
I will be using FrontPage for web page design. I used to include 1 pixel, solid borders to certain table not all tables on the page or or parts of tables using FrontPage, nevertheless noticed that these kind of borders are only visible in Net Exlporer, while in other browser for instance Opera or Mozilla an individual wouldnt see all those borders. My question is how can i add cross-browser kitchen table borders so that it could be seen in all browsers or at the least in many I guess it can be done through css script, but I guess there might be easier way.
Any suggestion will probably be appreciated.
Regards.

Code:
<! DOCTYPE web coding PUBLIC " -//W3C//DTD XHTML JUST ONE. 0 Transitional//EN" " http: //www. w3. org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional. dtd" >
< web coding xmlns=" http: //www. w3. org/1999/xhtml" >
< head>
< title> CSS Border< /title>
< model type=" text/css" media=" screen" >
. line, td

border: 1px sturdy #000;
border-collapse: fall;


< /style>
< /head>
< body>
< family table width=" 750" cellpadding=" 0" cellspacing=" 0" border=" 0" class=" border" >
< tr>
< td width=" 375" height=" 550" > blah< /td>
< td width=" 375" height=" 550" > blah< /td>
< /tr>
< /table>
< /body>
< /html>

Hello there.
Regards for help.
If i understand right that’s a. css style If you have, could you remember to tell me the way to apply it, as i would like to add 1px boundary style to only certain tables about the page. If i add this. css to complete page all tables has that style right
Thanks.

Try This
<! DOCTYPE web coding PUBLIC " -//W3C//DTD XHTML JUST ONE. 0 Transitional//EN" " http: //www. w3. org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional. dtd" >
< web coding xmlns=" http: //www. w3. org/1999/xhtml" >
< head>
< title> CSS Border< /title>
< model type=" text/css" media=" screen" >
< /head>
< body>
< family table width=" 750" >
< tr>
< td width=" 375" height=" 550" > blah< /td>
< td width=" 375" height=" 550" > blah
< family table width=" 100%" height=" 100%" border=" 1" cellpadding=" 0" class=" border" >
< tr>
< td> & nbsp; < /td>
< /tr>
< /table> < /td>
< /tr>
< /table>
< /body>
< /html>

Regards.
I can be trying.

My CSS has gone a little rusty a short while ago, but as by using all trial in addition to error I often have think of atleast a working example you can use.

Without a doubt you’re right, it uses CSS (cascading style sheets) to manage the border. There’re two main. tuition involved.

Simply by appending either… class=" border" > as well as… class=" null" > as a possible attribute of ones < table> tag it will be easy to specify which tables should utilize a border and which should not.

The is exactly what links the CSS for the HTML.

We’ve updated the illustration I posted before, you can down load it and look at it in a lot more detial. (see attachment when they get home of this post) There’re two tables demonstrating both states, hit (Ctrl+A) around the page once it’s open in the web browser to determine.

Trico

Regards very much, i can try!

Now I start getting hired, thanks. Worked out nice for me.
Concerning a question, what code needs a css that could apply a border only to somewhat of a table without specifying any other parameters like copy size, style included in the table or table’s length by way of example, only add some sort of border.
Regards.: rambo:

Hello there Trico.
Waiting patiently for ones help

So all that’s necessary is the css code that can apply only a border for the table and absolutely no text changes etc Is the fact that what you asking

Seems similar to yes. And not only this. I would like to apply a border only to some certain table to the page not to all tables. Usually next time i insert a css in the page with intension to utilize border only to some certain table any sad think is actually hapenning, css that we insert automatically will probably add border to all or any tables in the particular page, thus building a total mess of my entire content material. So i was wondering the way to apply a border to somewhat of a certain table employing css and keep away from that problem connected with messing entire subject matter…
Thanks.

Why should i have this feeling for you to haven’t read just what exactly I’ve said

– Trico

I read your entire explanations very properly and I tested out the css you made for me as good. It worked okay, thanks, but Personally i think like you haven’t so much read my response too…
Next time i added the css you nicely designed for me to my page (in finished state with many content and lots various tables with it) it made a total mess as definitely ALL tables on that page on auto-pilot got that 1px line. Even if MY PARTNER AND I didn’t add a " class=" border" > " switch to every one of them still all region got that 1px national boundaries. So seems like next I will need to manually go from table to kitchen table and add the " class=" null" > " switch that should turn of this 1 px boundary on all tables except usually the one I need by using border… That’s kin of weird work… if I have table in your page…
Along with besides, the css you created besides adds a 1px boundary, but also changes the type of the stand, the style of text inside that table and so forth, while I would like to only add boundary, and only to some certain table never to all at once next time i insert the css in the page.
The right way to solve that
Regards for help all over again.

Woah. Their getting pretty very hot in here.

I’m guessing az00000000, everyone dont know CODE and CSS to help well. Why dont everyone give us the link to the site, so we can look over, and maybe solve it like that.

I never said it absolutely was the most efficient methods

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