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How to override table and apply style .

 
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Hi
I have a row which is having nested tables.If i apply a style to entire row,its not reflecting the applied style inside the <table> tag.How to override this inside the <table> tag.
Thanks in advance.
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Al Sha
 
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so you are changing the style for 1 row, but you want to change it for the whole table?
You just changing individual properties, or are you changing the entire class?
Eric
 
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I am using a class, which should be applicable for the entire row,in which the row contains table and all.So the single class should be applicable for the entire row style.
 
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If you are having problems with the table in the same row I expect the following.
Tha table inside the row has its own class that is overwriting the properties of the row.
So what you need to do is change the class for the row and the table at the same time. I normally do this by using a name/id that is very close to the row name/id.
then I chnage both classes. This is not to hard to do if you table is static or dynamically created.
Eric
 
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HI
I have created a new id for the table dynamically and started applying the style.But still inside the table, the td tag is not overriding.Rest of the thing is working properly.
Cheers!!!
 
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