ok i have a strange tendency to do everything in the most convenient/easiest way to reduce file sizes and download times. the question is, is there a CSS shorthand for CELLPADDING and CELLSPACING that is compatible with like almost every browser? I've CSS'ed everythign on my site carefully with browsers in mind but the only coding I see on tables is cellspacing and cellpadding and all that junk. simple yes or no answer + solution would be nice =)
Yes, kinda. What, you weren't expecting a definitive answer were you? This is CSS you know!
This will work on version 5 browsers and above, so don't use it if you still support NN4. Don't specify anything in the <table> declaration (except an id or a class obviously). So your HTML will look like this:
yea i'll look more into CSS but the thing is, netscape really can't handle crap... well according to dreamweaver mx 2004... theres a thing where u can find what's compatible with each browser and it highlights it and according to that, my site really wouldn't come out like a website on netscape.... its annoying finding other ways to do it. i'm trying to make it compatible for netscape cuz that's what search engines want ur site to be viewable next to IE
But do you have any special reasons to care for old Netscape4? This broswer is dead for long time. And you shouldn't have much problems with new versions of Netscape as it is based on the same Gecko engine as Mozilla.