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Dreamweaver Tables


mcheathen

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There is an easy way of hiding the borders on a MS Word text box or table. This can be done going to 'Format' and changing its colour to the background colour.

I unsuccessfully attempted to do the same to tables on webpages I made up with Dreamweaver. Is there any other way that it can be done?

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Ansolan

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You can control how tables display using CSS, local styles if you wish but better to edit the CSS file. There's a page here with links to a few CSS guides and a tool to play with which will create the CSS for you:

click here

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