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Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Sep 10, 1998

Cell Structures

If you use HTML tables to lay out your pages, it's worth knowing about two properties of the <TABLE> tag that help you control the way table cells behave. The CELLSPACING property controls how much space is left between individual table cells. You can remove all inter-cell spacing by setting CELLSPACING=0. The CELLPADDING property controls how much space is left between the border of the table and the contents of a cell. Setting CELLPADDING=0 will ensure that the data in each cell butts right up against its borders.
Martin Kelly
 
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