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Personally I don't like setting format in the HTML, I find it easier to manage in the stylesheet.

In site.css: .row_2 { background-color: #f4f4f4; } .row_1 { background-color: #ffffff; } In ... print "\@import url(/site.css);\n"; my $num_rowtypes = 2; ... my $count = 0; for(my $i=0;$i<=$#{$items_list};$i++) { print "<tr class=\"row_${count}\">". "<td class=\"pos\">".($i+1)."</td>\n"; foreach my $col ("art","tit","yer","cht") { my $val = link_to($cat,$page,$col,$nam); print "<td class=\"$col\">".$val."</td>\n"; } print "</tr>\n"; $count++; $count = 0 if($count == $num_rowtypes); }

In reply to Re: Alternating colors for HTML Table's by hawtin
in thread Alternating colors for HTML Table's by narainhere

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