Inline styling is CSS that is added directly to individual elements using the <style> tag. Most designers recommend using inline styling sparingly. It is highly recommended that tables be used for tabular data. Photos are used in some samples below to show detail.
Vertical Alignment – Determines where in the parent element (top to bottom) the content sits.
No Alignment Set
Vertical Alignment Set to Top
Vertical Alignment Set to Middle
Table Borders – Add Borders to the outside of the entire table (or portions of it)
Row Borders – Add borders to individual rows
Cell Borders – Add borders to individual cells
Adding Colors – Change the background and text color of data and cells
With advanced styling, you can also:
- Add Padding
- Control Border Collapse
- Merge Cells
- Wrap Text
- Add a second Axis
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