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float is not a positioning property in CSS —the only position properties in CSS are absolute, relative, fixed, and static—however, when you combine widths, margins, and floats, you have CSS properties at your command that are often more reliable in terms of layouts than any of the available position properties. I was reading about CSS […]

Sep 12th, 2007 | Filed under css
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CSS is becoming very popular these days and creating layouts using CSS is becoming a standard. The advantages of using CSS are: Easier to make site-wide changes. It is easier to maintain one CSS file rather than modifying each page. Making changes to layout does not affect the HTML or server side code. As browsers […]

Sep 12th, 2007 | Filed under css
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IE does not acknowledge borders for the <tr> element. The only way to allow it is to trick IE by creating an illusion that the <td> element is continuous in a given <tr>. To do that set the value of border-collapse property to collapse for the given table. eg. table { border-collapse:collapse; } td { […]

Aug 9th, 2007 | Filed under css
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