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The double dotted lines are giving Tony's table a busy and distracting look.
It would be much better, and wouldn't detract from the table, if we could
just have one border around each table cell. Can you think of a way
to do that with styling given that you've just learned? You can set the
border-spacing property to 0 to remove the space between the borders.
table {
margin-left: 20px;
margin-right: 20px;
border: thin solid black;
caption-side: bottom;
border-spacing: 0px;
Bette r, but we still hav e two lin es and th ey're rig ht up
against each ot her, so w e have a double, t hick, dot ted
borde r. We'd r ather it just be O NE bord er betwe en the
cells. W ouldn't we?
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