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January 8, 2008, 10:29 pm
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I am have been looking at other posting about removing the border for
the image map, but I want to make it black in both IE and Firefox. It
seems to work fine in IE, but I can't change it in firefox. Any
suggestions...other than setting it to border=0. I also tried setting
link in the body, but this didn't change it.
Here is what my code looks like:
<img src=img.png USEMAP='#imagemap' border='4' height='24' width='24'
Re: Image Map Blue Border
you should be able to setup an inline css style for the border
<img src=img.png USEMAP='#imagemap' height='24' width='24'
alt='image' style="border:4px solid black">
Now, I also know that the image mapping has a second tag associated...
is in an <a tag ?
if so, and if the above style doesn't work for the img tags, then cut
& paste it into the <a tag that is used to create the actual mapping
let me know if it doesn't work, or you need extra info!
Thanks for your help...it worked perfectly!!
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