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Setting the padding and border for a table with CSS

With HTML 4, you can stipulate that a border be placed around the cells in a table using the border parameter, e.g.: <table border="1">. However with HTML5, use of the "border=" attribute for putting a border around elements of a table has been deprecated as has setting the padding around elements in a table with cellpadding, e.g., <table border="1" cellpadding="3">. If you check your HTML code for adherence to the HTML 5 standard with the Nu Html Checker provided by the World Wide Web Consortium, you will see an warning displayed if you have used the border attribute and an error displayed for use of the cellpadding attribute. You can achieve an equivalent table display using Cascading Style Sheets, however, by adding a style section for the table and the th and td elements to set the border and setting cell padding in a style section or for each td and th element

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