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    Default [DHTML]Design tool - Border Toggler

    1) CODE TITLE: Border Toggler

    2) AUTHOR NAME/NOTES: Member Woodstock

    3) DESCRIPTION: This code is only for aiding design and would be removed from your pages before publishing. It assists in designing layouts with CSS, particularly for fixed-width layouts. It simply allows you to switch the borders on or off for every div element on your page by clicking a button and also displays the id of each div element when the mouse hovers over it.

    4) URL TO CODE: http://www.tonycaunce.co.uk/borderToggler.html

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    A simple script, but useful for troubleshooting your web layout. Good job .
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    I really like this idea. It took me a minute to figure out that it would be useful, but now I think it's cool.
    This is more a tool for webdesigners, though, so it might better fit into a new category for that sort of tool, than for an element to actually be added to a page.
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    I too like this idea/concept. Kudos to you.
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    isn't this nothing more than the Fx Add-On "Outline Block Level Elements" ?

    Nice implementation though.

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    Good but do you know HTML Tables?
    HTML Code:
    <table><tr><td>ff</td></tr></table>

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