You can’t style a , as it’s only a "logical grouping element", but it’s not actually rendered. You can only style the or elements inside. I had a problem like this before.
I don’t think tr can take a border styling directly. I just got border bottom to work in the tr row. I need to create border as per the below example.
The properties that can be set, are (in order): border-bottom-width.
HTML DOM reference: borderBottom property. The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the property. HTML DOM reference: borderBottomStyle property. The border-top shorthand property sets all the top border properties in one declaration. The properties that can be set, are (in order): border-top-width, border-top-style, and border-top-color. HTML DOM reference: borderTop property. Just copy and paste the border code to your own website.
A table with only vertical rules between the columns. So, for example, this code creates a table with three groups. A description of HTML 4’s TABLE element for tables. For HTML tables, you can use the border attribute to suggest the width of a border around the table and each cell. This is the default table with only a border defined for the TDs. First TD of first TR, Second TD of first TR, Third TD of first TR. I have tried to include a border to the within the tags but I cant seem to get it.
BORDER-LEFT: orange solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: orange solid". Some time ago, mostly (but not only) in 1990s there were several pure HTML tricks used to achieve things now done by CSS. Handling HTML table borders was.