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    Macintosh Creating tables without bevelled border

    I am working on a stylesheet that specifies a table element with a 1 pixel silver border and a dark silver background. (A darker shade so that the border is discernable) The problem is that in the HTML document, the table appears with a bevelled border rather than just a solid color. I am using Adobe GoLiveCS on Macintosh.

    Could anybody please help me out?? This is one of those nerve-racking things that is really annoying!!http://www.codingforums.com/newthrea...ewthread&f=13#

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    Show us your CSS code for the table.
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    CSS Code

    Here is the CSS code:

    /* Styles for display tables */

    table.perimeter {border-color: EBEBEB;
    border-width: 1px;
    background-color: silver;
    padding: 5px;
    width: 100%;}

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    Specify all the border attributes as one?

    border: 1px solid #EBEBEB;

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    That was it. To make the border so that it is not bevelled, I had to set the CSS border-style attribute to "solid".

    Thanks for all the help.


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