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Nifty Corners - but need it applied to tables

I have tables of data and I want to use a tab selector at the top of the table and then a rounded corners table underneath.

Nifty Corners seems to want to do everything using <div> and <ul> and <p> and <h> tags...

I have not figured out how to apply it to Tables... i.e. given a table set the border, border style, corners rounded, background color of the header row, etc.

Does anyone know how to do this????
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torrid333
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fuzzboxerCommented:
Here's an old tutorial on how to accomplish this:  http://www.sitepoint.com/article/trick-rounded-corner-tables
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torrid333Author Commented:
fuzzboxer

Nifty Corners is a specific javascript CSS script used for this purpose so that you don't have to create ANY images.  So the url you suggested is not helpful.

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fuzzboxerCommented:
My mistake, no need to get snippy.  Do you have a link so I can see what you are doing?
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mreuringCommented:
Considdering what I know of nifty, rounding of tables is virtually impossible. Unless it has a special method dedicated to tables you can write this one of as no-go. Since I think you'd have found out about any such code in the nifty howto's and such, it seems like tough luck.

Of course you could possibly  wrap the table in a div, nifty the corners onto the div and use negative margins / relative positioning to position the table into the right position.
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torrid333Author Commented:
Fuzz --- That was not meant to be snippy but probably was "terse" as I was in a hurry.

Mreuring -- there is a severe lack of info on Nifty except from the author yet there are a lot of websites recommending it.  it's very odd.  Anyway doing some playing around I did end up using divs inside tables and it worked.  Other posts on another site suggested it would not work but somehow I got it working.  This was all before reading your post but I will give you points anyway.
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