Not every FrameMaker table feature has a corresponding HTML attribute. If the tables in your FrameMaker document use a lot of custom ruling and shading, Mif2Go might not be able to translate some of those properties to HTML, because HTML lacks attributes needed to implement them. For example, ruling properties can be converted only at the <table> level, using border, frame, and rules; and the last two attributes are rendered only by Internet Explorer. Even if you target only Internet Explorer, choices are limited.
You can represent some custom table properties with CSS. The best way is to apply class attributes to table cells. For a paragraph format used consistently within those cells, you can specify a CellAttribute property for the format in [HtmlStyles], and specify the class name in [StyleCellAttribute]; otherwise, use CellClass markers that specify the class name. See §23.4.6 .
You must hand-edit the CSS to specify ruling and background-color settings. Or, if you have set [CSS]WriteCssStylesheet=Always, you can include the settings in configuration section [CSSStartMacro] or [CSSEndMacro]; see §21.8.4 .