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Teed Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You margin and positions should have ANY effect on table child elements to begin with. Marketed by Neil Patel Top DOWNLOAD FREE ICONS & GOODIES Sign Up To CyberChimps' Newsletter Email DOWNLOAD NOW X Yes, I want to grab this discount No, I don't need a share|improve this answer edited Jul 2 '14 at 20:32 Peter Mortensen 10.3k1370108 answered Mar 15 '14 at 22:33 suraj rawat 1,974816 add a comment| up vote 6 down vote CSS: selector{ http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7327587/google-chrome-seems-to-ignore-cellpadding-cellspacing

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The table looks correct in the Visual Editor, but no browser renders it to look like that. I am yet to find a strong reference to why tables should not be used for arranging content. Please click the link in the confirmation email to activate your subscription.

Starting with all of them at 0 provides a "clean slate" so to speak. I am not really familiar with how to use the "grid system" and my experimentation was problematic and I don't have the time or patience to dive into that right now. September 10, 2013 at 11:23 am #123756 Thomas OliverParticipant The problem with using tables is that you can almost never get them to be responsive. Not sure that'll override attribute values in all cases, but it's the place to start checking. –Kzqai Oct 24 '11 at 17:16 4 @LeeWhitney you need to set padding: 0

E.g. Cellpadding Not Working As this bug seems to inherent to engine (Webkit) rather than the specific browsers built around that engine, is there a central Webkit development body to which this could be reported? Then when you want to add those values on elements, you can do so specifically to each element. http://www.codingforums.com/html-and-css/237272-google-chrome-seems-ignore-cellpadding-cellspacing.html Connect  Quick LinksAffiliate Program Plugins Meet The Team Refund Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Service SupportSupport Guides Bug Report Pre-Sales FAQ Contact Us Members Login CyberChimps Inc. © 2010-2016 CyberChimps

This is instead of using table in your CSS, which is a BAD approach if you have multiple tables on your page:

, , but it still renders exactly the same way. The equivalent for cellspacing=1 is completely different.

The article also links to the specs, which is also handy... share|improve this answer edited Aug 2 '13 at 20:34 Peter Mortensen 10.3k1370108 answered Dec 4 '08 at 9:18 Will Prescott 3,31911115 42 In today's age that reality is suckage to Resetting them triggers that they should be shown! navigate here needed a margin:0 for the text input element because apparently the margins belonged to that element and had nothing to do with the table.

table, [B]th, td, thead, tbody[/B] {border-spacing: 0; } table{ margin: 40px; border-spacing: 20px; } This might sound like a silly question, but why are you bothering to zero out the in the table tag? I mentioned adding more table elements to it to make sure there wasn't another browser default somewhere. That's probably your issue.

Don't blame the OP, blame me, it was a test.

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Some Again, what browser is showing you that oddball formatting as I'm not seeing it here in Opera, FF, Safari, Chrome or any version of IE... What I added was to focus on how every other answer here basically says to use td { padding: ... } or table { border-spacing: ... } , instead of applying Not the answer you're looking for?

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for 10px of "cellspacing": table { border-spacing: 10px; border-collapse: separate; } This property will even allow separate horizontal and vertical spacing, something you couldn't do with old-school "cellspacing". The true CSS equivalent for cellspacing is border-spacing - but it doesn't work in InternetExplorer. Css Table Cell Spacing Netscape DevEdge - Images, Tables, and Mysterious Gaps Guest Guest Posted September 2nd, 2004, 2:43 am oh my god, thanx man, the ie makes this border only if i make Border-collapse I will eventually figure out how to work with the grid system.

Is there an actual army in 1984? his comment is here this can potentially effect the rest of my design. nomis66 2011-09-09 23:52:11 UTC #10 @Stevie, here is the code: Untitled Document . Table Border Css

i have it in it, haven't i? We can play around with the CSS to get the right display, but you should always start with the right HTML. To be honest, I'm a little confused about the function of the scope attribute, could anyone (in simple English) clarify this or point me to a website the does? this contact form share|improve this answer answered Jul 3 at 13:33 Fahad Uddin 4,86434114183 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote td { padding: npx; //for cellpadding margin: npx; //for cellspacing border-collapse: collapse;

Webkit, apparently. Also, I notice the large reset, but it's not hitting th's and td's. share|improve this answer answered Dec 4 '08 at 9:06 mat 7,70622941 add a comment| up vote 27 down vote Wrap the contents of the cell with a div and you can

I add scope="col" to my th's I think now out of habit.

but i think that the cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" does not allow to put space between the 2 pics. table { border-collapse: separate; border-spacing: 2px; } share|improve this answer edited Oct 29 '13 at 17:17 James Donnelly 72k1790132 answered Aug 20 '11 at 3:32 Malvineous 5,72633773 add a comment| up nomiss66 said: I've also changed the styes targeting

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