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  • Re: OT - Quick Javascript question by "David Holm" <david.holm(at)rivcom.net>
    org References p1 zero p12 todo View Thread Original You ALMOST got it Try it like this instead and it should work BODY onload init monitor document getElementById mon blurtext LINK 400040 VLINK 400040 ALINK 400040 TEXT 400040 Dave From Beauford 2002 beauford 2002 at rogers com Sounds good in theory but nothing is ever that easy with me lol Here is my body BODY onload init monitor document getElementById

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  • Re: OT - Quick Javascript question by "Beauford.2002" <beauford.2002(at)rogers.com>
    at hwg org Cc Beauford 2002 beauford 2002 at rogers com Sent Saturday January 18 2003 9 25 PM Subject Re OT Quick Javascript question Change to BODY onload init monitor document getElementById mon blurtext LINK 400040 VLINK 400040 ALINK 400040 TEXT 400040 The scripts called must reside in the of the onLoad event handler seperating them with the semi colon If you need to use inside them replace with

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  • Re: CSS and table cell borders by "Tim Rivera" <lists(at)timrivera.com>
    the td cells except the last column in that particular table which allows me to do exactly what I want but I d have to go through and add it to every one separately 34 rows x 5 columns 170 times Since I have several tables other than this one I can t use search and replace Why would you have to add inline styles to every cell Just use

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  • Re: CSS and table cell borders by "Beth Adler" <doglover(at)cgmailbox.com>
    two table definitions in the style sheet one with the td after it to apply to all the cells for the thin lines and one without it to apply to just the table itself for the thick border Is this the right way to do it I ended up with an extra right border on the last column but since it s only 1 pixel and the same color as the table border I don t think anyone will notice The table consignment sale is at www beth1 netfirms com Invitational html Comments are welcome Question I had to put cellspacing 0 in the table tag or else the background showed through around every cell What is the CSS equivalent of this I tried both cellspacing 0 and spacing 0 and they didn t work Does anyone know of a good CSS book that s relatively easy to understand for a beginner Beth www teddybearwebdesign com I can also put border right solid 1px 000080 in the stylesheet for all the td cells except the last column in that particular table which allows me to do exactly what I want but I d have to go through and add it

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  • Re: CSS and table cell borders by "Tim Rivera" <lists(at)timrivera.com>
    right way to do it I ended up with an extra right border on the last column but since it s only 1 pixel and the same color as the table border I don t think anyone will notice The table consignment sale is at www beth1 netfirms com Invitational html Comments are welcome Yes that would be the way to do it And as you say no one will

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  • Re: CSS and table cell borders by Timothy Luoma <luomat(at)operamail.com>
    Adler doglover at cgmailbox com wrote Does anyone know of a good CSS book that s relatively easy to understand for a beginner easy to understand depends a lot on the person involved I thought CSS The Definitive Guide was easy to understand because I was willing to put in the effort to understand it Others might think it was dry or technical There are a few other suggestions on

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  • Re: validating &153; (TM) by Timothy Luoma <luomat(at)operamail.com>
    On Fri 24 Jan 2003 09 58 00 0500 Keith D Sellars Keith at webgraffix com wrote Is there a replacement for 153 that will generate a superscript TM that will also validate against W3C standards 8482 or trade Generally the number codes 8xxx are supported further back NN4 but the names trade are easier to remember I have a list at http www tntluoma com sidebars codes that is

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  • Re: Images not showing up by "Art Zoller Wagner" <art(at)zollerwagner.com>
    2003 11 55 07 0500 To r bhaskar at compserv gla ac uk hwg basics at hwg org References localhost todo View Thread Original Hi I m not seeing the images in IE6 I think your import may be the problem Eric Meyer s CSS says only IE 4 and Opera 3 support import And his example is formed differently style type text css import url styles css style I

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