I've added a border consisting of images using the <td background=image.gif> format which I understand is not supported in NS. Are there any other methods of adding an expandable border using images (e.g. corners, sides, tabs, etc.) which will be displayed in both NS and IE?
- For any corner image (ie, curve at the top left), a "holder" that is put in the foreground of the cell that is as high as the BG image and as wide as it.
- For any border, the same pic as above will work.
So, let's say you've got a table that's lined with a 5 pixel wide graphic border, and the top and bottom are 5 pixels tall, make one transparent GIF that's 5x5 and put it in all the border cells.
Also, it's a good idea to set the width of the table. You can "trick" a browser by setting the table width to 100% and then not specify a width in your content cells but specify it in your border cells. It's a pretty nifty way to do it