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CSS table background NO (border?) lines to show through

Posted on 2012-03-13
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http://www.burstpouch.com/index1c.php

Please advise how to accomplish:

1. in the bottom footer section, make the blue fill the entire width (and bottom) without a white line showing thru.

2. under the bottom nav menu (above the phone/fax #),  how to change the color of that (border?) line


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The two parts you mention are the same question, and neither relate to a border. What they relate to is the two separate "tr" elements with the background showing in between. To accomplish what you are looking to do. You may be able to accomplish what you are trying to do by putting another "<tr class="bluebkgnd">" </tr>" around the menu AND the footer. But the pre-made menu template makes it difficult  to tell if this would actually work.
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YAY    many thanks
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oops sorry, still showing.  i hear you that it's not a border issue, but some sort of overlay problem.   ideas?
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Put the two tables (Menu Bar and Footer) in a DIV with the same colour set as background and see if that does it.
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