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Tip of the Day
Language: Web Development
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 23, 1999

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Change Color of a Table Cell in Netscape

Question:
Is there a way to change the background color of certain table cells in Netscape? I know Internet Explorer gives you that capability, but I can't seem to figure out how to mimic that functionality in Netscape.

Answer:
You are right, the current version of Navigator does not provide you with the fine-grained color control that IE provides. As you have found, an example of this is the fact that you cannot directly change the color of a single cell. A workaround, however, is using in Navigator. A creates an area on your page that you can control in many ways, including background color. You can wrap a around or inside of an area of your page (such as a single cell), and change the color of that area. The tag will give you the ability to change the color of a single cell.

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