Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Styling table cells, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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In this video, we're actually going to start styling table cells.…So in our calendar table,…each of the days of the week, each of the days of the month I guess…is enclosed in it's own table cell and we can…style those so they stand out a little more,…or so the things line the way that we want or to spread things out or whatever we to do so…post-archive td, to select the actual table data cells as opposed to th. We can say border, 1px solid #787A6B…which is a color that we pulled from talking with the designer,…if we hit Reload, a border gets on every single of those table cells…and including obviously the ones that don't have actual days of the month,…but there's not a whole of which really get around that…cross browser fashion. In fact, if you look down to markup,…you'll see that these table cells don't have any actual content and in Internet Explorer for Windows without the content,…you're not going to get the table borders. If you want the table borders, you have to put something in each of those, like a nonbreaking space element,…
Skill Level Intermediate
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5. Adding Colors and Backgrounds
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8. Creating Tables
9. Styling for Print
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