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Thread: Tables styles don't work

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    Brunhine's Avatar
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    I like tables. Like A LOT. I really love tables. You just don't understand.

    However, OUR tables are currently unusable. Could someone look into this when we get a chance por favor?

    Here are three tables:

    this one is set to have no borders
    and they dont show up that's cool
    so far so good
    this one is set to have OUTER borders
    and they dont show up that's NOT cool
    this one is set to have FULL GRID
    and that doesn't work either that's NOT cool

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    Since I:
    1. love tables
    2. am a nice guy
    3. am a web dev and hate when people who know how to fix shit ask me to fix shit without providing me their findings


    I am including the relevant css to resolve this issue.

    Code:
    div.cms_table >
     table.cms_table_outer_border
    {
    	border: 1px solid #808080;
    }
    
    
    div.cms_table >
     table.cms_table_grid >
     tbody > 
     tr.cms_table_grid_tr > 
     td.cms_table_grid_td
    {
    	border: 1px solid #808080;
    }

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    I'll take a look at it. vBulletin's CSS, themes, and theme CSS can be kind of wonky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dealer-san View Post
    I'll take a look at it. vBulletin's CSS, themes, and theme CSS can be kind of wonky.
    Oh, I'm well aware of that. Sometimes more of a pain in the ass than wonky, but yeah.

    Let me know if there is any assistance I can offer.

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    Battin' .500 so far. At the moment vBulletin is squarely in "pain in the ass" territory.

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