Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content

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Have you ever wanted to Style  HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content? HTML tables are nice to use because they keep content separated in a nice neat order. However there are many times when webmasters want to put more information into a table cell that makes the table distort. The video below will walk you through the process of handling this task. Below the video you will find all the code that I used in this tutorial so that you can copy and paste. Modify the codes to fit your needs to style HTML tables with a lot of content in them.

Code for Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content

The HTML

[code]myTable">
<tbody>
<tr>
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<td></td>
<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td></td>
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<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td></td>
<td></td>
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</tr>
</tbody>
</table>[/code]

CSS for Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content

[code]<style>
#myTable{
}
#myTable tr{
background:red;
display:block;
height:200px;
}
#myTable td{
background:blue;
color:#fff;
width:30%;
height:200px;
}
.scrollable,.scrollable2,.scrollable3 {
height:200px;
overflow:hidden;
}
</style>[/code]

JavaScript for Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content

[code]<script>
function mouseOver() {
var x = document.getElementsByClassName("scrollable");
x[0].style.background = ‘black’;
x[0].style.overflowY= ‘scroll’;
}
function mouseOver2() {
var x = document.getElementsByClassName("scrollable2");
x[0].style.background = ‘black’;
x[0].style.overflowY= ‘scroll’;
}
function mouseOver3() {
var x = document.getElementsByClassName("scrollable3");
x[0].style.background = ‘black’;
x[0].style.overflowY= ‘scroll’;
}
</script>[/code]

Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content was last modified: June 18th, 2015 by Maximus Mccullough

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Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content
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Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content
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Have you ever wanted to Style HTML Tables With A Lot Of Content? HTML tables are nice to use because they keep content separated in a nice neat order.

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