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I currently have a table within my page at : http://www.fir3net.com/Firewalls/Juniper-Netscreen/juniper-commands.html

The first 2 tables have been assigned a class of X1. My aim is to do the following :

  1. Set the table to a width of 85%
  2. Set the first column to a set width
  3. Set a black border around each cell with no spacing

So far I have the following CSS :

table.X1 {
width: 85%;
}

table.X1 td {
border: 0.1em solid black;
}

Can anyone help me out with the rest. Im tried border-collapse and border-spacing but they fail to work (??).

Thanks in advance...

Edited by felix001: n/a

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Last Post by shaya4207
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You didn't tell us what it is doing wrong.

You need to put classes in the table and in the cells.

Use lowercase for your classes.

Use the CSS:

.x1 {width: 85%; border: 0.1em solid black collapse;}
.y1 {border: 0.1em solid black;}
.z1 {border: 0.1em solid black; width: 20%;}

I find that I have to use the cellspacing attribute in the table tag to get this to work on all browsers:

<table class="x1" cellspacing="0">
 <tr>
  <td class="z1">This is the first cell, with a 20% width</td>
  <td class="y1">This is the second cell, without a 20% width</td>
  <td class="y1">This is the third cell, without a 20% width</td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
  <td class="z1">This is the first cell, with a 20% width</td>
  <td class="y1">This is the second cell, without a 20% width</td>
  <td class="y1">This is the third cell, without a 20% width</td>
 </tr>
</table>

Edited by MidiMagic: n/a

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How about ???

<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" width="85%" border="1">
  <tr>
    <td width="100">Left Column</td><td>Right Column</td>
  </tr>
</table>
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