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icon5.gif  Different style definitions of tables [message #1550] Thu, 18 April 2002 14:46 Go to previous message
smike is currently offline  smike   Germany
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Have you already noticed, that the style of tables wouldn't be constructed the same way?
I noticed that, as I tried to change the text-color of tableheadings.
The table of the first page looks like that of threads. The table of a category looks different.

Then I looked at the source code of these pages and found the following two entries.


<table border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2" class="ContentTable">
<td colspan=3 width="100%" class="TableHeading">Forum</td>
<td class="TableHeading">Posts</td>
<td class="TableHeading">Threads</td>
<td nowrap class="TableHeading">Last Post</td>
<td nowrap class="TableHeading">Moderator(s)</td>


<table border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2" class="ContentTable">
<tr class="TableHeading">
<td width="100%">Thread</td>
<td width=1>Replies</td>
<td width=1>Views</td>
<td align="center">Rating</td>
<td nowrap>Last Post</td>
<td nowrap>Started On</td>


You can see, that the style-class "TableHeading" on the one hand is located in the tabledata-tag and on the other hand in the tablerow-tag.
I'm not sure, whether this is wanted.

I tried to find the appropriate php-files, but didn't succeed.
Oh yes... I use version 1.2.7 of FUD.

Bye, Mike
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