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    Styling tables with CSS

    For info:

    Styling tables with CSS

    Examples of CSS tables styles

    Let me know if you find this useful. Likewiae, if you spot any errors, I would like to know.

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    Nice info.

    The only thing that might need tweaking is the info on border-collapse. In your example, you show a table with border-collapse not specified, but you don't show one with border-collapse "turned on." That might be a good idea, so people could see the effect it has.

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    Super! :-)

    I agree with Taranis on the border-collapse point, too. Other good points to touch on would be table captions, empty-cells and the table-layout, too. You might also want to cover the various table- values for the display property, but that may be too much. ;-)

    BTW, 'this for a class or just for fun?

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    Originally posted by Ian Glass
    Super! :-)

    BTW, 'this for a class or just for fun?

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    Erm, not really for a class. It was part of a style guide I did at work - I thought it was worth sharing, getting feedback on etc.

    No time for big tutorials from me at the mo ...

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