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  1. #1
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    Hi Guys im getting this problem with my html tables in firefox i was woundering why they are not coming out the same in FF.

    Heres an example of what im getting.

    http://www.forthelads.net/tables/test.gif

    And you can see for yourself here.

    http://www.forthelads.net/tables/test.htm

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    use CSS to define the borders -- FireFox will go with it...

    ie
    Code:
    .box {border: 3px solid #ffcc00;}
    and assign the class to the your table...

    Using HTML for table borders won't work out the way you might want it to be in FireFox in most cases...

    Cheers paly!
    Matt

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    Sorry but i have no idea knowledge of CSS so theres no other way?

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    no there's no other way, coz by doing the coding like in test.htm, u are depending on the browser defaults to show the border, and so happens firefox's defaults are different from ie, so it appears differently. however, if u define them in css, then it should have no problem, as all browsers will show them the same way, unless they dont support css.
    Hyperair

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    well buddy there is no other way around CSS tho you don't need to do "advanced" CSS... just throw this into one of the the table tags

    i.e.
    Code:
     <tr style="border: 3px solid #ffcc00;">
    fiddle around with that and find out how it might work out...

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    Thanks guys, "tr style="border: 3px solid #FF9933;" is a nice quick fix making them look a tiny bit better, should do until i learn CSS.

    Cheers

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    correction: that IS css. anything inside the style attribute is written in css.
    Hyperair


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