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Example tables

A few examples. Padding is ommitted for clarity. See also the examples with alternative syntax.

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Example 1

Corresponds to HTML3 rule=all, border=1.

td, th border: 1px solid

Example 2

The second example from the HTML3 spec. (interpreted from the ASCII
graphics).

table
border-top: double;
border-bottom: double;
border-right: blank

thead, tbody, tfoot
border-top: solid;
border-bottom: solid

colgroup
border-right: solid

Example 3

A table with only vertical rules.

col
border-left: solid;
border-right: solid

Example 4

A table with only vertical rules between the columns.

col border-left: solid
table border-left: blank

Example 5

A typical Netscape table: border=5, cellspacing=10.

table border: 16px ridge(5,10,1)
td, th border: 12px ridge(1,10,1)

NB1. 16 = 5 px border + 10 px spacing + 1 px shadow. Similarly, 12 = 10 px spacing + 2 shadows.

NB2. It is convenient in this case to specify the ridge as 1,10,1, which sums to 12, but 2,20,2 would have given exactly the same result.

Example 6

A complex table head, but no rules in the body toàn thân.

thead
border-top: solid thick;
border-right: blank; /* prevent colgroup border */
border-left: blank /* prevent cell border */

colgroup border-right: solid thick
thead td border: solid
tbody td border: blank /* remove colgroup border */
}

This example is complicated because there is no way to address the part of the colgroup in the thead. It seems we would need a sort intersection operator for that. The problem has been solved in this case by setting the border on the whole colgroup and then removing it again in the tbody.

Example 7

Chris Wilson’s example 1, in his notation:

table border: 2px outset grey / darkgray; padding: 1px
td border: thin inset grey /darkgray; margin: 1px

In my notation:

table border: 5px ridge(2,2,1)
td border: 4px ridge /* implied: (1,2,1) */

Assuming that `thin’ means 1px (not too unlikely), the table’s border will be 2px shadow + 1px padding + 1px margin + 1 px shadow = 5px. Note that I also assume that shadow colors are chosen automatically.

Example 8

Chris Wilson’s example 2. In his notation:

table border: 2px outset grey / darkgray; padding: 1px
tr border: thin inset grey /darkgray; margin: 1px

In my notation:

table border: 5px ridge(2,2,1)
tr border: 4px ridge

Note that there are other ways of specifying the same. Instead of
border on TR, one could have set top and bottom on each cell.

Example 9

Chris Wilson’s example 3. In his notation:

table border: 2px outset grey / darkgray; padding: 4px
td border: thin inset grey /darkgray; margin: 4px

In my notation:

table border: 11px ridge(2,8,1)
td border: 10px ridge(1,8,1)

Example 10

Chris Wilson’s example 4. In his notation:

table border: 2px single black
td border: thin single black collapse

In my notation:

table border: 2px solid black
td border: thin solid black

Example 11

The shadow part seems to stick out, instead of being inside the border. That means it can overlap something else, but maybe that is a good thing… How about adding a transparency to the shadow? Here is an example style sheet:

table border: thin dropshadow(thick)
td border: thin dotted
#G border: thin dropshadow(thick) override

Cell G is assumed to have an ID `G’. The keyword `override’ is used to make sure the cell’s border style is honoured. If drop shadows are
always `stronger’ than dots, this keyword can be omitted.

Example 12

The color difference between the border and the cell is a problem. It can be solved in several ways: (1) in HTML, by putting the cell content inside another element, such as a P or DIV and putting a background on that, or (2) introducing a border-background property, or (3) specyfing that the table background
is used for the border background.

Solution 1 doesn’t work if the child elements have unequal height. With solution 2 and 3, the dotted style needs the extra parameter that was already suggested earlier, to set the dot’s diameter.

Using solution 2 (set the yellow on child elements of the cells):

body toàn thân background: pink
table border: none
td border: 5pt green dotted(8pt,0.8)
td p. background: yellow

Using solution 3 (table background is used for borders):

body toàn thân background: pink
table border: none
td border: 5pt green dotted(8pt.0.8)
td background: yellow

Using Dave’s model:

body toàn thân background: pink
table
rules: all;
rule-style: dotted;
rule-color: green;
rule-width: 5pt

td
margin: 2pt;
background: yellow

Example 13

The problem here is the short red borders. It seems necessary to introduce the short rules as border types. Note that the endpoints of the rules are not aligned with the text, although that is more common in other tables.

Also the white lines seem to go underneath the green dots, but this could be a general rule any time a solid line and a dotted line cross.

An attempt using Dave’s model:

table
rules: all;
rule-style: dotted solid;
rule-width: 5pt 2pt;
rule-color: green white;
/* How to suppress the rule below the thead? */

thead td
border-style: none none solid none;
border-width: thick;
border-color: red;
margin: 4pt;

An
attempt using my model:

col
border-left: 5pt dotted green;
border-right: 5pt dotted green;

tbody tr
border-top: 3pt solid white

thead td
/* Introduce a `short’ style */
border-bottom: 5pt short(4pt) solid red

Example 14

Diagonal text and diagonal borders cannot be done without introducing some new property. Note that the cells are sheared 30°, while the text is put vertically as well.

td border: thin solid
thead shear: -30
thead td text-rotation: 90

Example 15

There are several ways of looking
this table: (1) is is actually two tables instead of one, (2) there is space between the head and the body toàn thân, (3) between the head and the body toàn thân is a double line.

Using 3 (and assuming the border background is taken from the table background):

tr border: .4pt
table border: thick solid
thead border: 14pt double(1,12,1)
thead background: cyan
tr.odd background: yellow
tr.even background: cyan

Example 16

Short horizontal rules between the cells.

td, th border-bottom: thin short
table border: none /* remove bottom border */

The default for `short’ can be the cell’s padding.

Example 17

Single black border in the body toàn thân, white (or transparent) borders in the head. (Actually, in the original, the blue parts weren’t really aligned, they seemed to have been placed by an unsteady hand.)

Bert Bos
19 April 1996

How do you add a border to a table in HTML?

To make a table with a border of 2 pixels, just add BORDER=”2″ to the

tag. To make an invisible border, set the BORDER attribute to 0.

By Donald St. John..

How do you add a border to a table?

Click the table or select the cells where you want to add or change borders. On the Tables tab, under Draw Borders, on the Line Style pop-up menu, click the line style that you want. On the Tables tab, under Draw Borders, click Borders, and then click the borders that you want.

How do you add a border to a table color in HTML?

To change the border’s color, use the attribute bordercolor=”color” where color is the same format as all the other web colors we’ve been using. The table below has the bordercolor set to #ff00ff with the table tag

. To change the background color, use the attribute bgcolor=”color”.

Is an attribute of table tag and it is used to put a border across all the cells?

Here, the border is an attribute of

tag and it is used to put a border across all the cells. If you do not need a border, then you can use border = “0”.
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