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I would like to add a border (1 or 2px wide on the left and right only) enclosing all of those little boxes with text in them but I have no idea how to do this, and also I would like to totally remove the little tiny white space on the right or reude it's size to 1 or 2px and add a border on that side along with a border of the same size on the left..

Thx for your help if you can understand that.

I din't explain anything too well...

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You betcha! but... you might want to make sure and wait for another person here to confirm my answer as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you ask the iPage guys because they can answer you better...

Comment #1


Well, i've decided to go with borders that aren't perfect but they will work almost as good as what I wanted before. the border on the right (that little 1px width bar) is what I want the one on the left to look like but I can't remove that little space now... also i'd like to put that same border around the middle section..

I've now concluded that spaces are eeviiil, if they'd just go away life would be so much easier..

Comment #2

Hmmm, kinda sorta..

You seemed to be talking about CSS boxes rather than table borders, especially given this little sentence, "if you are talking about borders on table then no you can't do that." However, I would concede it's all a matter of interpretation..


Comment #3

Yeah it was a little vague..

The border for the table "border=1" will not and never will be portioned out. it is all or nothing. now that link I gave talked about boxes, which in fact is the css you supplied, "border-right: 5px" that is all the box is..

Yup just a matter of interpretation. you just explained it a little better..

Comment #4

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.