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    border collpaseof table

    I have the following code

    .tholidays table{
    padding:0px;
    float:left;
    border: thin solid #aeaeae;
    border-collapse:collapse;
    }
    .tholidays td{
    padding:0px;
    border: thin solid #aeaeae;
    border-collapse:collapse;

    }

    but the table is still showing as a non collpsable table(meaning i see spaces between the table lines). what am i doing wrong?

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    Attributes?

    Any presentational attributes still left in the markup that interfere with your styles? Also, IE6 has issues with collapsing borders.
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    i don't think so -- wouldnt' this overwrite a general table css definition anyway?

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    I just tested your CSS rules and they seem to work fine in Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer versions 6 and 7. A few notes though: The border-collapse property only works on table elements, so there’s no reason to apply it to table cells. You can also drop the unit identifier (i.e., px) on values of zero.
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    on firefox 1.5.08 it is not working properlyl.


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