Changing table borders with XHTML


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Changing table borders with XHTML

In this movie we're going to continue spiffing up the table that we created in the previous movie. Just as a quick review, we created this table and then we added a photo, description, and price for each one of these products. We saw that these dotted lines that we see here in {italic}Dreamweaver,{plain} just represent the borders of the cells, but don't actually appear in our browsers. If I go out and browse in {italic}Safari,{plain} we'll see that we don't see those borders in here. That's probably not the best way to display this information. Let's go back into {italic}Dreamweaver{plain} and clean this up a little bit. In order to add a visible border to our table, we need to actually select the table.

There are several ways of doing this. Notice when I move my mouse near the edge of the table I see a red outline appear around it. That's just a visual indicator that I can click to select that table. Whatever I click will then be selected. The same works if...

Changing table borders with XHTML
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Changing table borders with XHTML provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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Dreamweaver
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