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NOTE! This page has been since moved to WordPress.com which doesn’t allow me to properly edit my CSS and thus the examples don’t look correct in any browser. Problem I want to have a one-pixel one-color solid border around a table and its cells. Adding border="1" to the table tag isn’t suitable, because it looks horrific in most of the browsers. Solution with HTML only
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