Let’s face it. We all work really late sometimes coding or tweaking code and it’s easy to sometimes forget a CSS code for doing something we don’t often do manually. For example I was tweaking the CSS for a WordPress install on the forthcoming 365raysofhope.com and did not recall the CSS for all of the table formatting I needed. So, like any professional geek, I looked in my bag of tricks (happened to be my bookmarks called “Table Formatting”) and came across this neat little tool I have not used recently but was glad to have it today when I needed it.
It’s called the HTML and CSS Table Border Style Wizard and I love it. At first glance it may seem a little daunting to those of you who are just now diving in to CSS for style sheets or inline style but if you click around on it a bit you’ll soon get the hang of what it is doing.