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Round Corners On Tables, See Them Eveywere On The Web Is It Hard Coded


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i have noticed some tables have round corners, are the round corners created by a graphic image or hard coded. As some of the tables have hyperlinks inside as an example i reffer to the w3schools tables have round corners. I'm sorry if this is a complicated i apologise now but i am unsure .<html><head><style type="text/css">table.ex1 {table-layout:auto}table.ex2 {table-layout:fixed}</style></head><body><table class="ex1" border="1" width="100%"><tr><td width="5%">space1</td><td width="95%">space2</td></tr></table><br />cheers

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No, round corners aren't usually done with tables (though they can be done). They're done with boxes (<div> elements). There are many ways to do it. Search on Google for round corners CSS

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Tables rarely have round corners as that is their nature, but as Ingolme states, "They're done with boxes". Div elements inside div elements. I use a code set that manipulates the "background: url(website) position" syntax to give me rounded corners. There are lots of scripts out there, some more useful than others. I'm going to assume that in tables they're done in a similar fashion

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