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CSS Tutorial 13 - Styling Tables

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In this tutorial, we talk about how to style tables using CSS, which can change the way they look and feel, giving you more control over a table's style than using just HTML alone. Some topics that we talk about include how to style table and cell borders, heights, and widths, as well as other topics. TechnicalCafe Blog: http://TechnicalCafe.com TechnicalCafe Forums: http://TechnicalCafe.net TechnicalCafe Twitter: http://Twitter.com/TechnicalCafe Jamie's Twitter: http://Twitter.com/Jamiemcg
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kartik tamta (2 years ago)
TechnicalCafe (2 years ago)
Thank you for watching and for the kind compliment! I appreciate it!
DAFUNKYGINGER (2 years ago)
i very rarly comment but this video sorted a problem ive been having for so long now that i had to great job my friend thank you for the help :)
TechnicalCafe (2 years ago)
+DAFUNKYGINGER Thank you for taking the time to watch and comment! I'm glad that you found this video helpful! Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions!
Kou (4 years ago)
Is there any way to place the table in the middle of the page?
Kou (3 years ago)
Thanks a lot for the reply. Much appreciated. I'll use the easiest way which you've suggested margin:0 auto; . I've tested that and that sounds the best to me. I've some other problems which are not related to this tutorial. May I ask that?
TechnicalCafe (3 years ago)
+Kou Yes, you can place a table in the middle of a webpage by using the (now depreciated) <center></center> tags or by using some CSS code (which would be the "most correct" way of doing this). You can put the table within a set of <div></div> tags and use CSS to center the div. One way to do this would be to apply the code: margin: 0px auto; Best of luck and thank you for watching! Please feel free to let me know if you have any other questions, comments, or questions, or if you would like some further clarification.

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