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Thread: Borders

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    A simple question...
    How do you make the borders at this [http://www.starwarsguiden.net/] site??
    I'm using dreamweaver...

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    If you are referring to the horizonal line separators, you can use the <hr> tag. I am not sure if it is still XHTML-compliant, but try:
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    <hr noshade="noshade" size="1" color="gray" />
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    In CSS, for the cell borders, you can use the 'border: dashed;' property in your stylesheets to apply this.
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