This is a test page demonstrating a bug in Mozilla-based web browsers' (e.g. Firefox, Camino, Mozilla itself) handling of the CSS
border-collapse property, when used in conjunction with a
border HTML attribute.
Below is an HTML table, three cells by two. The table has one atttribute,
The inline stylesheet in this page contains the following rules:
Mozilla incorrectly inserts a 1 pixel wide black border between the cells in the table.
No workaround is known, other than to avoid using the HTML
border attribute and CSS
border-collapse property together - meaning if your CSS requires
border-collapse, users without stylesheets don't get borders on their table. If you find a workaround, please let me know: e-mail paul, at this domain.
This has been tested in Firefox 1.5 and 1.0, and Camino 1.0.
|A cell!||Another cell!||Yet another cell!|
|Ashanti!||Another shanti!||Yet another shanti!|