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Re: css in <table>

From: Sue Jordan <sjacct@worldnet.att.net>
Date: Sun, 12 Jul 1998 07:14:17 -0400
Message-ID: <35A89A89.E73F83CA@worldnet.att.net>
To: www-style@w3.org
FEL-X previously asked:
>... 
"In conclusion :
Ho do I set up a style sheet so it can be used on several html pages
and also works inside TABLES ?

(if I have to ise a <link rel=stlesheet href="source.css"> tag, can you
tell me how it works and what should be insode the .CSS file ?)"

> At 16:11 9/07/98 , Sue Jordan wrote:
>
> >Some external stylesheets are included as demos in the CSS Pointers
> >resource, and the W3C has modules and a mini-tutorial as well.
> >CSSPG <URL:http://css.nu/pointers/#Demos>
> >W3C <URL:http://www.w3.org/StyleSheets/Core/>
> 
Then, FEL-X responded:
 
>...apologia 

> I nevertheless will finish what I started about tables
...
> I already read those, but found nothing about how to apply a stylesheet
> to the content of a TABLE DATA...

If you have a problem with a browser inheriting style in your table,
then include declarations on <TD> and <TH>. The Netscape document,
'Style Sheets Known Issues' may be of interest:

<URL:http://developer.netscape.com/support/bugs/known/css.html>

Netscape is particularly finicky about the syntax of the sub-set of CSS1
it supports. You might want to reference the bug/workaround table for
specifics:

<UTL:http://css.nu/pointers/bugs.html>

Sue Jordan
Received on Sunday, 12 July 1998 07:15:47 GMT

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