table borders for Mac/IE5

Discussion in 'HTML' started by RedLine, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. RedLine

    RedLine Guest

    Hello ...

    on my site, i purposely make certain table borders visible (which are white
    on PC); they turn out black on a Mac notebook with IE5.

    Is there a coding trick to make the borders consistent on a Mac (do I simply
    specify a border color?)


    thanks!!

    red
    RedLine, Jun 23, 2003
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  2. RedLine

    RedLine Guest

    sorry, let me clarify: my default (1px) table borders on a PC have kind of a
    '3-d' look; they're kind-of a "shaded" white. If I specify a bordercolor,
    this nullifies the '3-d' look - which I was hoping to emulate on a Mac as
    well.

    thanks for any pointers ...

    Redline
    RedLine, Jun 23, 2003
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