Empty-cells

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CSS 2 property: empty-cells

The empty-cells property controls the rendering of borders and backgrounds around cells that have no visible content, including cells with the visibility property set to hidden. It is used with the separated borders model

Property Values

The empty-cells accepts the following values:

  • show

Display the borders and backgrounds.

  • hide

Do not display the borders and backgrounds.

  • inherit

The element should have the same empty-cells setting as the parent.

empty-cells Initial Value:

show empty-cells Applies To:

Table-cell elements. empty-cells Inheritance:

This property is inherited.

Example

Good
<style type="text/css">
     selector { empty-cells: value; }
</style>
...
<element attribute="foo">Contents</element>


Browser Support

If you have tested support for empty-cells in any of the following browsers, please indicate its level of support using one of the following keywords:

  • Full
  • Partial
  • Buggy
  • None

If you indicate that support is "Partial" or "Buggy," please add further comments explaining what's missing or what doesn't work right.

IE 3 
Support is Unknown
IE 4 
Support is Unknown
IE 5 
Support is Unknown
IE 5.5 
Support is Unknown
IE 6 
Support is Unknown
IE 7 
Support is Unknown
NS 3 
Support is Unknown
NS 4 
Support is Unknown
NS 4.5 
Support is Unknown
NS 6 
Support is Unknown
NS 7 
Support is Unknown
NS 8 
Support is Unknown
Firefox 1 
Support is Unknown
Firefox 1.5 
Support is Unknown
Firefox 2 
Support is Unknown
Mozilla 
Support is Unknown
Opera 6 
Support is Unknown
Opera 7 
Support is Unknown
Opera 8 
Support is Unknown
Opera 9 
Support is Unknown

Tips and Tricks

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References