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    making thick color-specific underlines..

    is there a way to do this using css? possibly using border or padding? the only other way i can think of is to use tables, which i would prefer not to. heres an attachment of what im talking about, note the underline.

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    teehee. i figured it out. here it is.

    Code:
     border-bottom-width: 3px;
     border-bottom-style: solid;
     border-bottom-color: #d0d4d9;

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    You can shorten this:

    Code:
    border-bottom:3px solid #d0d4d9;
    Just less to type!
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    yea but thats not netscape4 compatible.

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    Did you say you wanted netscape 4 compatibility? No. I was only trying to help. Yeesh
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