Tables in CSS — quipoin

Tables in HTML can be styled using CSS to change their appearance and improve their visual presentation.
Table Borders:

Used set borders for the entire table or specific table elements (such as rows, cells, or headers) using CSS properties like border, border-collapse, and border-spacing.
table {
border: 1px solid #000; /* Adds a border to the whole table */
border-collapse: collapse;
/* Collapses adjacent borders into a single border */
}
th, td {
border: 1px solid #000;
/* Adds borders to table cells (headers and data cells) */
}
Table Width and Alignment:

The width and alignment of a table are controlled by using the width and margin property. To center a table on the page, you can use the margin property.
table {
width: 100%; /* Makes the table span the width of its container */
margin: 0 auto; /* Centers the table on the page */
}
Table Cell Padding and Spacing:

You can set padding and spacing for table cells using the padding and cellspacing attributes.
td {
padding: 10px; /* Adds padding inside each table cell */
}
table {
border-spacing: 10px; /* Adds spacing between table cells */
}
Table Background and Text Color:

You can change the background and text color of table cells and headers using CSS.
th, td {
background-color: #f0f0f0; /* Sets the background color for table cells and headers */
color: #333; /* Sets the text color for table cells and headers */
}
Table Header Styles:

You can style table headers differently from regular cells using the th selector.
th {
background-color: #333; /* Background color for header cells */
color: #fff; /* Text color for header cells */
}
CSS Table Border:

th and td tags using the CSS border property.

<style>
table,
th,
td {
border: 1px solid black;
}
</style>