HTML Table Border Colors
In this section we'll look at setting the colors of table borders. First we'll look at setting the borders to a single color. In the
next page we'll look at setting the light and dark shades of the border.
The color of the table borders as a whole is set with the
BORDERCOLOR attribute of the
<TABLE ...> tag. For example, this code sets the border to red:
<TABLE border="1" bordercolor="#CBD3E1" bgcolor="#F1F4F5" BORDERCOLOR=RED>
<TR> <TD>carrots</TD> <TD>garlic</TD> </TR>
<TR> <TD>celery</TD> <TD>onions</TD> </TR>
Netscape and MSIE have very different ways of rendering
BORDERCOLOR. Netscape maintains the 3-D appearance. MSIE renders all borders as the same color, making the border appear flat. MSIE also sets the color of the inner borders.
next page we'll look at how get a little more control over the border colors.
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