>Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 01:13:17 +0100
>Marco, you got me interested about this cellspacing thing:
>Are you actually meaning 'lines'.?
Well, I think yes :-)
>Is this a browser specific thing?
No, but you must try your page with many different browsers (at least MSIE
>if you put an image alone in a cell, setting the cellpadding to a
>low number would render as sort of a border or 'frame' in the bgcolor.
Yes, just like the "passepartout" into a wooden frame, if you use <TD
>Besides from that, can you tell me when this occurs? I have only seen
>cellpadding render as, well, spacing between cell content and cell border
>(visible or not). I'm trying to learn more about browser discrepancy so I
>would appreciate some more info!
Well, the better way to learn is to do experiments :-)
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>Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2000 21:12:52 -0600
>From: "Planet's Cyber Capsule...Go there!" <wxplanet@...>
>Thanks for the input, Marco! I really appreciate it. If you want to
>see what I did with your suggestions, you can see it on eBay at the
I see you page is nice, now. The digest was a bit late...
Just a suggestion: don't use table width in %, but fix it in pixels: in
this way everyone sees the same page.
Better if the page isn't wider than 600 pixels (or less, if you think to
target WebTV users).
>I would love to see any work of yours using Note Tab. Thanks, Marco!!
>Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 12:14:19 +0100
>A little tip: keep table borders on untill you are done - much easier to
>see where you go wrong.
I don't know why there is a lot of jokes about blondes: this is the best
suggestion I see :-)