Setting Table Cell Style Attributes

Jun 19, 2007

given a cell from a table...
function Tbl_GetCell(tbl, row, col)
{
var theRow = tbl.getElementsByTagName("tr")[row];
return theRow.getElementsByTagName("td")[col];
}

I can set attributes like width, height, and align, but how can I set cell style info?

cell = GetCell(tbl,row,col)
these work fine... cell.align = "center"; cell.height = 22;
but this doesn't... cell.style = "font-weight: bold; text-decoration: blink"

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I am working on something that only needs to work in IE, and I've got
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Which inserts a row in my table and I can populate the cell with the
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My question is, how do I set the VALIGN of this new cell?

I have tried this..

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and that does not generate a JavaScript error but it doesn't
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Other attempts generate javascript errors.

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Here's a very simplified version of my code to demonstrate the problem:

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