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how skip grey lines between table cells at a html file

Posted on 2012-03-29
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hi

i have an html file, i have a table with some details.

i set 4 cells with blank bakcground , but includin there are a grey line

someone could help me to skip its

thanks a lot
PROBLEM-LINE-BETWEEN-CELLS.JPG
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by:Patrick Tallarico
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The problem lies in that your background is showing through between the 'cells' of your table.

You could add a background color to your table element
<table ... style="background-color:#ffffff" ...>
or move the <tr> elements closer together by modifying their position and or removing any margin or padding that may be happening.

css:
tr {
...
padding:0px;
margin:0px;
...
}

If I were coding this from scratch, I would look to use a div, position absolute in reference to the background pic, and create the table inside of the div with cells and table background of the same color.
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i  solve it

i join cells as one and werite multiple lines and solve it
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i solve it my self thanks a lot
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