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How can I apply a border to my table, including it's cells? I've tried using border="1px" but that doesn't draw anything in the preview?
Even, the toggle borders on the table is on.
Is there any other way to achieve this, without using inlne styles?
Yes, it does, I have to insert a table in my article and i can't get the borders drawn!. The contents are quite long (enum values), so it is hard to recognize that content is of which row and might create confusion.
We actually have an official one. Please see below and let me know if you have any questions:
<td>Tables with borders. This cell a bolded and colorized border because of thead</td>
<td>This cell in this row ALSO has a bolded and colorized border because of thead</td>
<td>This cell in this row is not bolded and colorized</td>
<td>Neither is this one</td>
If you use the link[feature] feature in the editor on CP you can add it pretty easy. OR edit it as html. That link I made as an example takes you to Code Project home page. You just need the url of your download target for the href attribute and the text "link" can say "[download source here]" or whatever you like.
if you right click and get view source, you will see the source for the links above looks like: <a href="http://www.codeproject.com/">link</a>[<a href="http://www.codeproject.com/" target="_blank" title="New Window">feature</a>]
This gives 2 links, one opens in a new window and the other changes the page. Try them both and see which works better for you.
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To the right of your article text is the list of files you've uploaded. There's an icon next to each file that, when clicked, inserts a link to the file into your article. The text box under the file allows you to customise the wording associated with the file.
At the top of the list of files is a button that allows you to insert all files that you've checked into your article source.
So I'm looking for a way of displaying logically all this bunch of images (there is something like 25 images) and I want to avoid listing them one after the other because it would create series of 10 images
My idea was to replace each slide-show by a table of images, and each image when clicked would display as full size but if possible in the same CodeProject window, without going to my blog.
I think your table idea is probably the most viable option, but the size of the table is very important. We have a 640 pixel width maximum and if you try and make a table of images larger than that ... it gets nightmarish.