CSS and tables
I just started learning CSS, and I'm trying to use it set the border colors for tables.
This is what I'm using...
The problem is, only the bottom and right parts of the borders change colors. The top and left are black.
Also, can CSS not be used for <tr> elements? Or does it work differently for <tr> or something....? I get no results at all when I try to change the border color for <tr> using the same code as above (which half-works for <td>) and moving the class attribute, of course.
And I'm using IE6.0, if it matters.
CSS should work for any HTML element, including TR. Also, it will always matter what browser you're using since CSS is interpreted by the browser. I should mention that IE is probably the worst browser you could design a site in, as if it works in IE it's unlikely to work in any other browser (Netscape, Firefox, Mozilla or Opera).
border: solid collapse 1px #333;
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