Hi! I'm just back from solving a problem with HTML Table borders when being exported to PDF by editor. It seems that the PDF exporter has a bug or a feature :D that makes the border property of the <TABLE> element for the outline border. So that means you need to give borders to every <TD> element that needs one. But if you put them where the outline is, you'll have an ugly extra/double bolded border. If you dont want that you have to specify borders for every TD element that is not outlined by the border property of the <TABLE> element. I know that telerik knows of this bug since when you copy paste a table from MS Word the editor makes tables in the same fashion (they remove some left,right,top borders...). Is this gonna be fixed or should I template my tables for exporting like that?
EDIT (how i came to this problem):
The problem comes when you have custom tags in the editor (e.g. <CustomerTable type=7>). I replace these tags with live data from DB and generate a document like this:
editor_doc.Content = myTemplate.GenerateDocFromTemplate(customerID, editor_doc.Content)
I run a GenerateDocFromTemplate method which just replaces all of the custom TAGs so you're not using the "copy-paste" method described above. That's where the problem comes.
This really should be documented.