>There are a few <table> attributes that I'm trying to figure out what the >corresponding CSS attributes are. They are: > >cellspacing >cellpadding > >Does anyone know what the CSS attributes are for these? I tried the >"cellspacing" and "cell-spacing" style attributes, and neither worked. You should be able to get the effect by setting the margins and paddings of the TD's, but in practice it doesn't work. I still use good old cellspacing and cellpadding in the TABLE tag, anything else is unreliable. >Also, I know that the idea is to use CSS-P to position _everything_ on a >page, like tables except using <div> tags. I'm just curious to know how >many >of you use this instead of tables. Not me. A friend of mine did on his site, but I just looked and he's back to tables too. CSS-P is one of those buzzwords that it's better to ignore. O, you can do nice things with position declarations, but some people seem to think CSS-P is the best thing since the invention of browsers and it isn't. >IMHO, it's not all that >backward-compatable, and that drags it down. I'd love to do it that way but >older browser that can't support stylesheets or mess them up really make it >impossible for me to do it unfortunately. Correct. By using tables you avoid these problems. ppk _________________________________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com.