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Default Fixed Sized Transparent Border

Hi everyone,
I need to have fixed sized (which would actually take up its space) transparent border for a <div> or <td>. Is it possible?

When I use the '1px solid transparent' attribute value for my border, I end up with an 1px width black border. Yet if I remove the 'solid' part there'll be no border at all. What shall I do about it?

Best regards...






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