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Different browsers have different ideas on what "thin" means.
Use an actual value instead:
border: 1px solid #999999;
Also, you may want to reconsider using Layout Mode.
It writes terribly fragile code with colspans and rowspans which will cause
you all kinds of alignment trouble.
It's tempting because you can "drag" things around, but you pay a big price.
In fact, it's so bad DW is dropping it.
Use tables and nested tables instead, or divs positioned with CSS.
Please read this to save yourself a lot of frustration (trust me, it will
save you a lot):
"Table 3" is what you'll likely run into with the layout.
"alexander glomba" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> hi. i put a thin border around my wrapped div. It shows perfectly in
> BUT NOT IN SAFARI. is there any code i need to make it work in safari or
> explorer??? here is the link
No one really uses sarafi anymore
What nonsense. Please stop this.
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"kiss4me08" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> No one really uses sarafi anymore
Thank you for the link it was realy helpful it solved my