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- Christopher R
May 4, 2004, 8:52 pm
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I thought that is was
I want no boarder color around a clickable image, so I thought this would
f="88" height="31" alt="" /></a>
This has to be easy right?
Re: CSS Simple Question
Several factors, including the browser settings and potentially the phase
of the moon.
What made you think so? And the rule is a very poor one, for reasons I
won't explain here in detail, but see
Stop wanting that. Users want to know whether it is a link or not.
If the border disturbs you, don't make an image a link but let the image
stand on its own, and use a textual link along with it.
Why would it affect the border? But it surely causes other damage.
Why don't you post a URL instead of a fake snippet of code that contains
nonexistent addresses and markup errors? The alt="" part, in the context
of a _link_, is a particularly destructive choice.
To _any_ question, there is an answer that is easy, simple, pleasant and
completely wrong. Just stay tuned to seeing it soon - you're asking for
it. Alternatively, explain what you are really doing, and illustrate it
with a URL.
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