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Display data with nice border?

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Hello to all

I'm using PHP since a few week. I like to know how php programmers are making
so nice border to displaying MySQL table?

I like to make a border with rounded corner.
Could somebody tell me how can I do that?

Many thanks in advance for your help.

Regards

Otto

Jul 17 '05 #1
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Otto Haldi <oh****@freesurf.ch> schrieb:
I'm using PHP since a few week. I like to know how php programmers are making
so nice border to displaying MySQL table?
That's HTML. PHP does not display anything. PHP outputs HTML code which
will then generate something like those "nice borders".
I like to make a border with rounded corner.
Could somebody tell me how can I do that?


Just have a look at the HTML and CSS source of the page where you have
seen this.

Regards,
Matthias
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Otto Haldi wrote:
I like to make a border with rounded corner.


This is off topic.

In spite of some of the articles posted here, the denizens of
c.l.p don't consider PHP an initialism for "Please Help, People".

Anyway, I assume you mean in a browser. Probably designers make do
with inline images to perfect their masterpieces; probably they
implement them poorly too. To unravel the mystery, Use The Source!

Once CSS3 support becomes universal, you'll likely be able to
create rounded borders with stylesheets, which is more tenable
than using inline images. Please refer to the Border module in the
CSS3 WD, especially the "border-radius" properties.

Not for lack of trying, I can't think of any way to turn this
followup back on topic. Sorry. :-(

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Jock
Jul 17 '05 #3

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Hello John
Once CSS3 support becomes universal, you'll likely be able to
create rounded borders with stylesheets, which is more tenable
than using inline images. Please refer to the Border module in the
CSS3 WD, especially the "border-radius" properties.

Many thanks four your quick answer. I'm sorry that asked this in the
wrong newsgroups. I'm using PHP since a few week and thought that was
made with this language.

Regards

Otto

Jul 17 '05 #4

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