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    styling THEAD, TFOOT, and TR

    Without changing their display properties, of course,can THEAD, TFOOT, and TR be given attributes such as padding , margin and position?

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    These examples from here demonstrate, pretty much what you are wanting to know.
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    Capn, that's an excellent article you linked. Thanks!

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    Those are very pretty examples. But the question I ihad in mind actually pertains to the fact that rules like:

    thead{ margin-bottom:10px;}
    tr {padding:10px 0;}

    have NO effect.

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    Because it won't allow every style . Table elements in general are hard to style. You have to liev with that.
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