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Chapter 1 - INTERMEDIATE LESSONS - TABLE - BORDERS[edit | edit source]

Try these out[edit | edit source]

  • Copy the table coding displayed directly above into your sandbox, then place a 15 pixel "ridge" border around it with a border color of "cornsilk".
  • Put a border for the whole table that is 15 pixels wide, "double" border with a border color of brown.
  • Put a blue border around the cells in the first column 1 pixel thick.


Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat

LEFT MY MISTAKE FOR YOU TO SEE

Left my mistake for you to see![edit | edit source]

Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat


Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat


Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat


Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat


Chapter 2 - INTERMEDIATE LESSONS - TABLES[edit | edit source]

Try these out[edit | edit source]

  • Copy the table coding displayed directly above to your sandbox, then modify it to display a green border, "inset" style, and 25 pixels wide.
  • Make the table 90% in width.
  • Next place a 1 pixel green border around the cells in the first row.
  • Make the first column 35 percent width, the second 15%, the third 25% and let the last column determine its own width.


Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat



Chapter 3 - INTERMEDIATE LESSONS - TABLES - CAPTIONS[edit | edit source]

Try these out[edit | edit source]

  • Copy the table coding displayed directly above to your sandbox, then place an orange border around it in the "outset" style and with a thickness of 25 pixels.
  • Make the table 85% in width.
  • Next place a border around the cells in the first column.
  • Make all the columns the same width.
  • Install our Healthy Foods caption;
    • Font - Curlz MT
    • Font - 28px
    • 20 pixel space between caption and top of table


Healthy Foods
Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat




Healthy Foods
Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat



Healthy Foods
Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat

Chapter 4 - INTERMEDIATE LESSONS - TABLES - COLUMN HEADINGS[edit | edit source]



  • With our above table place a yellow border, "groove" style and 10 pixels thick.
  • Make the table 700 pixels wide.
  • Next place a blue border around the headers.
  • Give the header cells a light blue background.
  • Change the color of the font to white.



Row backgrounds[edit | edit source]

Fruits Vegetable Nuts Grains
Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat

Try these out[edit | edit source]

  • Copy the table coding displayed directly above to your sandbox, then place a yellow border around it in the "dashed" style and with a thickness of 10 pixels.
  • Make this table 500 pixels wide.
  • Next place a blue border around the headings.
  • change our Healthy Foods caption to a font of your choice;
  • Change the background color for the headings.


Healthy Foods
Fruits Vegetable Nuts Grains
Apples Peas Peanuts Wheat
Pears Carrots Walnuts Oats
Cherries Corn Cashews Barley
Oranges Beans Almonds Buckwheat