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  • #18414
    Decimus
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    Been reviewing the INDEX for the Infos and examples for Custom CSS rules threads and cannot see what I need.

    @scrambler wonder if you might help me with the the localised CSS to remove the default Weaver Xtreme border around a specific table.

    At the bottom of the page I’ve got a table block with some linked logos.  In most cases I like
    having the Weaver default table boundary line. 
    For this logo table I would
    like to remove the Weaver default table boundary line.  Is that
    possible with some localised CSS?

    Logo box is at the bottom of this page: http://www.ringwood-dogs.com/
    Tables were created with TablePress.

    Many thanks

    Peter

    #25325
    scrambler
    Moderator

    read the tutorial below

    http://forum.weavertheme.com/discussion/8616/tables-versus-divs-how-to-style-tables-in-weaver

    It also applies to Xtreme.

    You need to add style attribute to your table elements with the style in them like

    <table style=”border:none;” …..>

    <td style=”border:none;” …..>

    #25326
    Decimus
    Participant

    Thanks – with some more searching on TablePress I found it in the FAQs
    https://tablepress.org/faq/

    id-6 is the specific table

    #content .tablepress-id-6,
    #content .tablepress-id-6 tr,
    #content .tablepress-id-6 tbody td,
    #content .tablepress-id-6 thead th,
    #content .tablepress-id-6 tfoot th {
        border: none;
    }

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