Border around empty table cells

It happens often, when working with tables, to “forget” empty cells, i.e. cells without any content at all within, not with even as much as a shy & nbsp ;. That makes them look awkward in the browser (awkward = borderless) and,most of all, to look like coding errors, which coulod become unpleasant. For those lacking the patience to fiddle again the whole html code, there’s a solution: to define the following property in the CSS code:

{ empty-cells: show }

This will force all the empty cells to SHOW the border, even if empty. (the other possible values for this property are: hide and inherit)

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