Home > Not Working > Cellspacing Not Working Chrome

Cellspacing Not Working Chrome

Contents

You may want to try using CSS to accomplish this :

Check This Out

you pretty much have to use cell-spacing. or do you mean in the CSS, or td? share|improve this answer edited Oct 29 '13 at 17:17 James Donnelly 72k1790132 answered Dec 5 '11 at 4:30 Vitalii Fedorenko 43.3k1310591 for those attempting responsive emails, note that * Can leaked nude pictures damage one's academic career? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7327587/google-chrome-seems-to-ignore-cellpadding-cellspacing

Css Table Cell Spacing

If the question had been "how can I have css affect only this one table", then your answer would be more appropriate (although I would still favor table#someId). –Teepeemm Mar 28 Sample Page: http://dev.bichonfriseclubofsandiego.com/pictorialreview/pictorialreview_orders/ September 10, 2013 at 2:27 am #123586 Ulrich PogsonKeymaster I am not really sure what the issue is. I'm pretty new to HTML/CSS, and I find this pretty suprising - surely removing the removing

and and relying purely on , , but it still renders exactly the same way. If you want equal spacing just use
is semantically incorrect? @charset "UTF-8"; html, They all add tons of padding and they don't appear to be following the css rules.

Robin_reala Posts: 1344Joined: September 7th, 2003, 1:21 pmLocation: Guildford, UK Website Posted September 2nd, 2004, 8:47 am Shouldn't it be a.navi:hover ? So it seems to be a problem related to Chrome...I'll use the solid-style then instead of the double until this is fixed. I tried your code out on a local machine that was running IE9 and it appeared to look fine (both cellspacing and cellpadding were recognized). etc., all seems fine...Anyone knows how to solve this?My simple html test-file looks like:Code: [Select]

expression('separate', cellSpacing = '10px') returns 'separate', but both statements are run, as in JavaScript you can pass more arguments than expected and all of them will be evaluated.

if i don't specify a:visited, the ff also makes the hover, so what's up with the ff, or is it my code again^^. Guest Guest Posted August 30th, 2004, 9:23 am where? I don't want to do research (First year tenure-track faculty) Mimsy were the Borogoves - why is "mimsy" an adjective? It does however pisplay as expected in Firefox and Opera.

Example: If you don't have tables set to width:auto then border-collapse might not work as expected. –PJ Brunet Sep 1 at 7:12 add a comment| 24 Answers 24 active oldest votes See the Quirksmode link posted elsewhere for compatibility details. Why is translateY(-50%) needed to center an element which is at top: 50%? navigate here Lemme see here...

the second input is supposed to be a button. Why did they look stupid? My boss asks me to stop writing small functions and do everything in the same loop Build me a brick wall! MoC Guest Posted August 30th, 2004, 9:45 am no, here is no whitespace.

nomis66 2011-09-10 20:43:17 UTC #3 Unfortunately margins (negative or otherwise) don't have any affect. Also the other problem is that HTML like you have set is difficult for us to troubleshoot, because unlike CSS we can just change it on our browser. nomiss66 said: I've also changed the styes targeting

, ,
.

Also, I notice the large reset, but it's not hitting th's and td's. Robin_reala Posts: 1344Joined: September 7th, 2003, 1:21 pmLocation: Guildford, UK Website Posted September 2nd, 2004, 9:11 am Try changing them to the right order: link visited hover active MoC I must be missing something… How can I get rid of this extra spacing? Results 1 to 7 of 7 Thread: google chrome seems to ignore cellpadding + cellspacing Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Rate This Thread Current

It's pretty out of date now, esp where it talks about axis (you can use axis to your heart's delight, though most of the time you don't need to... Not the answer you're looking for? Register. The OP did not have that stuff in the reset at the beginning of the thread.

first td contains an input(text), the second another input(image). Read more.

>