I'd like to apply a "striped" effect to some tables that I'm creating in
some Html-Help (ie chm) that I'm generating from DocBook.
Has anyone already done this ?
Is there a setting already available or will I need to customize something
? In which case what ?
(I'd also like to do it in a Revision History table)
Presumably it's a matter of having two styles and getting the stylesheet to
apply them to alternate entries (tr's). So I need also to be able to
count the number of preceeding entries, though that seems like it'll just be a
Apparently there's a tr:nth-child control in CSS3 but as I'm doing chm
that's effectively IE and reported as not available there.
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