Getting Rid of Annoying Bootstrap Table Borders and Wayward Table Lines


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Getting Rid of Annoying Bootstrap Table Borders and Wayward Table Lines

Bootstrap is great; but we have had some issues with Bootstrapped <tables> (and legacy <fieldset> elements) showing annoying, wayward lines. I solved that problem today with this simple jQuery in the footer:

Code:
<script>
$(function(){
  $('tr, td, fieldset, table').addClass('table-borderless').css({"border":"0"});
});
</script>

Problem solved.
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