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Stylesheets make my table wrong


drakonan

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Ok, I made a nice little table for my website, to import into my products, and it looks good in dreamweaver. (The code is below)

 

But in osC it's a funky blue and green color (yuck)

 

It's something to do with stylesheets I assume, but I don't know anything about stylesheets really....

 

Here's the code:

 

<table border="1" bordercolor="#FFFFFF">

 <tr bordercolor="#000000" bgcolor="#FF0000"> 

   <td colspan="2"><B><font color="#FFFFFF">Features / Tech Specs</font></B></td>

 </tr>

<tr> 

   <td bordercolor="#000000"><strong>Range</strong></td>

   <td><div align="center">0~6"</div></td>

 </tr>

<tr> 

   <td bordercolor="#000000"><strong>Accuracy</strong></td>

   <td><div align="center">?0.001</div></td>

 </tr></table>

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Sometimes, ignorance is bliss.

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Not exactly sure if this is the problem but the bordercolor attribute is not a valid attribute at should be avoided.

 

If you can provide a link to the site I can probably be more specific with help.

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I wish I could, it's on a local host.

 

In Internet Explorer via dreamweaver, the table is colored and looks right, but when I put that code in osC, Internet Explorer changes the border colors, and the top field that had been merged in dreamweaver "unmerges."

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