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Re: [vox-tech] html question

bill, WOW, this looks really great!  i like this effect.

you just gave me a new html trick.  i guess this is one of the reasons why
rick moen said that our LUG has the best webpages out of any LUG he's ever
seen.   :)

thank you!!!


On Wed 13 Dec 00,  1:42 PM, William Kendrick said...
> > i'm looking at the source for the page:
> > 
> >     http://www.linuxuniversity.net
> The site's not responding right now, so I can't look at it.  But...
> > and can't figure out two things:
> > 
> > 1. how are the lines around the boxes drawn?  i would've thought that would
> >    be the border=3D"1" attribute for <table>, but apparently, it's not.
> Perhaps something like this:
>   <!-- Begin "border" table (black (#000000)) -->
>   <table border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=1 bgcolor="#000000"><tr><td>
>     <!-- Begin "inner" table (white (#FFFFFF)) -->
>     <table border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=4 bgcolor="#FFFFFF"
>     width=100%><tr><td>
>       <!-- Content for this bordered table... -->
>       Blah blah blah blah
>     <!-- End "inner" table -->
>     </td></tr></table>
>   <!-- End "border" table -->
>   </td></tr></table>
> Of course, having some of that whitespace before the inner table's
> "<table>" tag and after it's "</table>" tag could cause a little
> messiness (because of the text space character the the browser might
> try to shove in there next to the inner table; hence causing a thicker
> black border on one side or the other), but you get the jist.

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