Re: Line around graphics

by Mario Figueiredo <marfig(at)>

 Date:  Mon, 16 Sep 2002 20:43:50 +0100
 To:  "HWG" <hwg-techniques(at)>
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Usually you only get a border around an image if it is inside an <a> tag. 
And even so, when you set border=0 on the <img> tag, it dissapears.

If it doesn't for you, my guess is that, you are using CSS for formating 
the <a> tag, and applying some border or underline style.

If so, you can solve that by creating another css class for specific 
formating of <a> tags when wrapping images.

Mario Figueiredo

At 14:58 16/09/2002 -0400, cbirds wrote:
>I know this has been covered before but I need a refresher.
>In IE, even on the Mac there is an annoying line around the graphics even
>when you designate border="0"
>How to get rid of this line?

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