Re: [WSG] Table Cells and display: block

2008-06-03 Thread Matijs
Do you have a little more context maybe? What is it you're trying to do?
Sounds a bit odd to display a table cell as a block tbh.

On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Anthony Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I've tried Google and the archives but no luck

 I have an issue with IE not applying display:block to table elements: tr,
 td, tr etc

 Anyone see this before and know a work around ?

 Tony




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Re: [WSG] Table Cells and display: block

2008-06-03 Thread Michael Persson

I think you need to use a class that breaks the spaces...

table#cleanTable {
   border-collapse:collapse;
   }

Michael



Matijs wrote:
Do you have a little more context maybe? What is it you're trying to 
do? Sounds a bit odd to display a table cell as a block tbh.


On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Anthony Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
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I've tried Google and the archives but no luck

I have an issue with IE not applying display:block to table
elements: tr,
td, tr etc

Anyone see this before and know a work around ?

Tony




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Re: [WSG] Table Cells and display: block

2008-06-03 Thread Anthony Green

Bar charts,

I have a table of data and I would like to use CSS to manipulate it.
FF and Safari have no problem on Mac/Win just IE doesn't alter the display
properties of TDs

Replies from the internal list suggest its another IE Bug


 Do you have a little more context maybe? What is it you're trying to do?
 Sounds a bit odd to display a table cell as a block tbh.

On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Anthony Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I've tried Google and the archives but no luck

 I have an issue with IE not applying display:block to table elements: tr,
 td, tr etc



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[WSG] Table Cells and display: block

2008-06-02 Thread Anthony Green
I've tried Google and the archives but no luck

I have an issue with IE not applying display:block to table elements: tr,
td, tr etc 

Anyone see this before and know a work around ?

Tony




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