I am trying to apply a different format to all <td>'s within the first <tr> within a <table> using CSS. It works fine using the :first-child pseudo thingy - but obviously not in IE!
Is there a workaround to make it work there, too?
If you do not have control of the code then you cannot modify it with CSS. But it could be modified with scripting.
Show me what the code looks like and I will give scripting to modify the presentation.
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