Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Styling tables and captions, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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In this chapter we're going to talk about styling tables.…Now, you might think yourself, wait a minute, tables, I thought this was what we're getting away from and we're not actually talking about…tables for layout, we're talking about actual table tables, like the post archive calendar,…which here, for this particular chapter we've moved it up above tea of the day to make it a little easier see. Now, when do things to it.…There's nothing wrong with tables, the tables are not evil, tables were never evil, tables were just really egregiously abused…and made to do things that they were never intended to do and one of the problems with tables I had is that it was really bloated and…inefficient and made pages huge and difficult to deal with.…
On the other hand, there is information that is tabular in nature. If you had a financial summary that would be a table…or a monthly calendar as far as I'm concerned is a table. You have…columns representing the days of the week and you have rows representing weeks of the month.…
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2. CSS and XHTML
5. Adding Colors and Backgrounds
6. Setting Typography
7. Using Margins and Borders to Create White Space and Separation
8. Creating Tables
9. Styling for Print
10. Bringing It All Together
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