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remove horizontal lines in html table

  1. On my Demos page. http://twistedt.com/demos I created an html table to sort out my demos. I have horizontal lines that I would like to remove. Any idea's?

    The blog I need help with is twistedt.com.

  2. try this:

    <table style="border:0 none;">
    <tbody>
    <tr>
    <td style="border:0 none;">TEXT</td>
    <td style="border:0 none;">TEXT</td>
    </tr>
    </tbody></table>
  3. I have the same problem in my tables. … Since i am using them to create a frame around an image, it looks awful.

    http://lenslord.com/2012/01/05/tabletest/

  4. This is what the table should look like. It looks ilke this in the rss feed from the wordpress site, and it looks like this in all the editors I am working with.

    http://ijak.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/marsedit002.jpg

    this is what it looks like on WordPress. … And I hate it!
    http://lenslord.com/2012/01/05/tabletest/

  5. Your code:
    <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="449" align="right">
    and
    <td><img src="http://ijak.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/spacer.gif?w=74&h=1" width="74" height="1" border="0" alt="" /></td>
    has been deprecated. You need to use inline styling instead (in the html editor):
    <table style="border:0 none;">
    Twenty Ten has CSS coding built in to add borders, so you need to style each td tag to over-ride that:
    <td style="border:0 none;">TEXT</td>

    See the basic table code I showed above.

  6. Note: TEXT in your case would be IMAGE in the sample code.

  7. What editors are you using to make your table?

  8. Thank you. … I will get to that table test asap.

    I started with Fireworks, and them moved on to BBEdit and MarsEdit.

  9. You are welcome: your table is a bit more complicated than the OP's table so it may need a little more tweaking.

    Is there a reason that you don't make your frame in Photoshop (or other editing program)?

  10. I like Fireworks. And previously, the tables it created worked fine.

    Since my source images live on smugmug, and I can say what size I wish to display, I can pick any image I have on Smugmug, and using MarsEdit, I can create a template that wraps around that image source url, so that is all I have to do.

    That means that I can pick any image I have on SmugMug, and push the template onto MarsEdit, and then just write what I want, then hit publish and it goes to wordpress.

    That saves a lot of working in Photoshop creating a frame for each Image i wish to blog about.

    By the way, your suggestions only partially worked, so I have simplified the table, and will try again. … This time I will try all you suggested and a couple other things.

  11. @1tess

    Thank You. All is well now.

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