February 18th, 2004, 03:58 AM
Help! background-color to td with css
Hi there people,
I have a question about CSS but before I start off asking this question I'll introduce myself.
I'm a new user of this great forum, my name is Dwight and I'm a student on the "Graphical Lyceum Amsterdam" where I follow the education for "Multimedia Designer".
Ok so now you know me a little, I'll start off asking my question.
Question: I have to change the layout for a html page that askes for information from different asp pages, but that's not my problem . The problem is that I have to make some td's a different color -the background that is- but the problem is that I can't change the html page itself (it is automaticly generated and I don't have permission to change it).
So my question is can someone tell me how I can change the color of some (not all!) td's with CSS without making classes?
February 18th, 2004, 07:51 AM
There has to be something special about the td's you want to change the background colour of so that the CSS can pick them out of the crowd. There are a number of different CSS selectors so without you letting us see some code (and telling us which td's you want to change the background colour of) all I can do is point you here.
February 18th, 2004, 07:54 AM
Yes, I figured out that it has to have something special. Anyway tnx for offering me your help, but I already found the sollution
February 18th, 2004, 04:08 PM
It would be polite, having posted a problem, to at least summarize the solution. ESR's article does a great job of introducing the geek method of using fora and mail-lists.
Originally Posted by dwightjelee
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