XHTML and CSS Tutorial – 26 – Styling Tables

XHTML and CSS Tutorial - 26 - Styling Tables

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16 responses to “XHTML and CSS Tutorial – 26 – Styling Tables”

  1. lib5ion says:

    no worries, Bucky. your corny jokes made me laugh. so it’s cool.

  2. StepinacLax says:

    These tutorials are great.. I knew as soon as you said up in here you were going to start singing the song

  3. Ali Wahiib says:

    awesome
    

  4. OjoRojo40 says:

    And that’s why it’s called Cascading Style Sheets.

  5. hazombol elbobol says:

    up in there*

  6. nipuni malsara says:

    thank u

  7. specialnogo says:

    Because is taught by people who actually like to teach and that don’t any guidelines on how to teach the stuff.

  8. dheeraj br says:

    /watch?v=18NBM3X0mHk

    UP IN HEAR!!

  9. cygmarx says:

    stylin’ on dem tables

  10. eminemchu43 says:

    I love you bucky!

  11. MrDmogul says:

    I get it.

  12. inquisitive35 says:

    Why is free education more convencing and digestable?

  13. REALCOOLLIKEVIPUL says:

    Yes we can do that in CSS. Use ID attribute instead of name because name is deprecated in xHTML

  14. Alkis Stasinos says:

    you can use the id attribute too.

  15. krwiley514 says:

    i must say that css was always confusing to me but i have a much better understanding from your tutorials. I love them. Thanks for taking the time.

  16. AzulxKoolaid says:

    right after he said “up in here” at 1:30 , i literally started singing the same song that he was..

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