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Thread began 7/31/2018 4:16 pm by vernon webb | Last modified 8/01/2018 11:19 am by Ray Borduin | 167 views | 4 replies |

vernon webb

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On the following page, you will notice these lines all over that are, I think, the border of tables that is being pulled from a css from the main part of the site. I know, using css, you can override that to not show those lines. Any thoughts on how I can get ride of them?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can get rid of the border by overriding the css for both the table and tr tags that have borders currently.

table, td, th {
border:0;
}

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vernon webb

That didn't work. Didn't think it would since none of the tables have borders.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You put your style above the .css file that defines the border. That means yours is getting overwritten by theirs and not the other way around. You need your .css to be lower on the page. It looks like the css that adds the border is in your header.php include, so the css to overwrite that would have to be lower on the page.

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vernon webb

Thanks man, you rock

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