Re: table cells
by bkrWeb Services <bkrweb(at)bkrweb.com>
||Thu, 19 Apr 2001 19:19:17 -0500
||Michael Jon Muehlendorf <haoka(at)wi.tds.net>
At 06:35 AM 4/19/01 -0500, Michael Jon Muehlendorf wrote:
>Try adding cellspacing and cellpadding attribs to your table tag.
If I'm not mistaken, that will make a uniform space all the way around the
images. I need more space on the sides and less on the top and
bottom. Then I thought about margin or padding in CSS, but when I checked
the browser charts, those are poorly supported. It looks like I'll be
changing my DTD.
Thanks for the help.
>At 10:40 PM 4/18/01 -0500, bkrWeb Services wrote:
> >I have a table which I would like to divide into three cells of more or
> >less equal width. Each cell will have an image centered in it. The image
> >is smaller than the cell width. I can do this with td width. In fact,
> >currently I'm using % width. As the width tag has been deprecated, I'm
> >wondering how to do this without the width. I realize that I can go ahead
> >and do it the way I have, but I'm curious on what the standard is moving
> >to. Any help out there?
> >The page this table is on is at www.strongholdcenter.org . I'm playing
> >around with the code, but that stuff is still on my desktop.
> >Kathie Riechmann
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