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  1. #1
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    I've seen websites where borders surround either a layer or a table, but the dividers are seperate...let me make it clear.

    How do you have one column of a table with a border, and one without?


    How do you create a border around a layer itself...

    I am very unfamiliar with CSS, but, if that's the only way to do it, feel free to show me, though just try to keep away from it... :nervous:
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    Senior Member Eddy Bones's Avatar
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    Well, I suppose you could stick a table with its own border inside a <td> if you wanted the appearance of that cell having a border and none others, but that's a lousy way of doing it.

    Please, please, please take a look here and try out some of that because it really is not difficult to catch on to. Familiarize yourself!

    The best way is CSS. Somewhere between the head tags put this, for example:
    <style type="text/css">
    .border {
      border: 1px solid #000000;
    And for every <td> that you want the border around you do it like this:
    <td class="border"> ... </td>

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