Please read specs as this project is tricky!
In my attachement "[url removed, login to view]" I have two tables. I need these two tables to be controlled through an exterior style sheet (CSS).
The first table has labels: BG-1, BG-2 and BG-3. The BG-1 and BG-2 table cells must be the same color and controlled by the same style. The BG-3 is a seperate style/color.
The top of the table must be the same color (BG-4) as the border and defined by the same style.
The second table is very simple. Top "caption" row is black (BG-5). The border must be the same style color as the top row (BG-5). The inside of the table is white (BG-4).
This is where it gets ticky - I want the inside color of the second table to be controlled by the same style as the border of the first table: One style defined for the first tables' white border - which would automatically make the interior of the second table also white. In other words, the style “BG-4” would make both the first tables' border and top row white AND the second tables inside white.
Does this make sense? And is this even possible? If you think you can do this, please PM me!