I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..
Hey there, glad I could help you a bit Xeon.
Now let's see.. the border thing.. did you want a border around every table cell/row(just as it appears with border="1" only in a different color?)?.
If that's what your looking for, I guess you could just go like so:.
<table border="1" bordercolor="black">.
Style="border-width: 1px; border-color: black".
Should go in the <table> tag, but maybe this wasn't what you were looking for, this would put a single border around the whole table(not through-out it, if that makes sense)..
Now about the color thing.. the color you chose (#000FFC) would.
Be considered a 'web safe' color(according to photoshop.
), which is why I suspect that it doesn't work with your tables. If you have a program like Photoshop(what I use), or maybe Paint Shop Pro can do this as well.. but they can show you which colors are 'web safe', or if your choosing a color that isn't. Maybe try this one: 0000FF instead of your other one..
Hope this helps.
Hi there and thanks a lot, Daerus! Things are much closer to what I want now, although it's still not exactly the same..
I've attached a screenshot to this post to illustrate the border I need..
The code you gave me draws a flat black border around the table, and that's good!.
But it also draws borders around each cell..
Thanks, Daerus! U rule!.
Ah, ok. I see what you need. This is easily done with the cellspacing and cellpadding tags. Add this to the <table> tag:.
This will set the table spacing and padding between each of the cells/rows to 0 (if you don't specify the cellspacing or padding, it will be a default of 3 I believe). That should get you the result that you want..
Feel free to ask if you have any other questions.
Thanks a lot, Daerus! It's much much better than before, and everything looks fine. The only thing left is that the style of the border seems to be kinda "raised"/embossed, and the kind of border I want is a flat, single line, like when you draw on a paper with a ruler and a pencil : the kinda flat, 1 line border..
I remember seeing this kinda border before, but if it requires time and lots of thinking, then I guess you can forget about it..
You can also make a background image using Background, I believe!..
Hi there MorrowWasted!.
How have you been? U really should participate more in the CodeGuru forums...