anonymous
  • anonymous
Are table frame="border" and table frame="box" same things in html?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes. depending on browser support. It is a good idea to use both of them. Or, better yet, set your display attributes using css.
anonymous
  • anonymous
FRAME=BOX means there should be borders on all four sides. BOX is usually used in conjunction with RULES=NONE to create a table that has outside borders but no inside borders: http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/tables/_TABLE_FRAME_BOX.html

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