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pab1953
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I want to create horizontal and vertical lines with CSS that divide content such as you see on sites like the NY Times, The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Columbia Journalism Review and others.

Do these sites simply use Border properties? How?

A specific issue I have involves two columns of tabular data that would fit well in a table but I need to put a line dividing the two columns and lines dividing the rows. Can this be done with CSS?

Thanks.

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Well. With no code. No links.

Well. With no code. No links. And no real information. The only true answer we can give you is.

Maybe.

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yeah bro....put a border: 4px

yeah bro....put a border: 4px solid black in ur css for the container, header, footer and content...that shud do the trick....