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    Question No border for logo

    Quick question: How do I remove the border on the logo at http://hansmast.com ?
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    I have tried:

    Code:
     <a href="http://hansmast.com/"><img src="http://hansmast.com/logos/thenotsodailyme_larger1.gif" style="border: none;" /></a>
    and

    Code:
     <a href="http://hansmast.com/"><img src="http://hansmast.com/logos/thenotsodailyme_larger1.gif" style="border: none" /></a>
    (with and without the semicolon)
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    Hello

    the border is on / in the image so use crop or repaint in a image editor

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    OMG. This is *very* weird. I saw (before I posted) the border was on the image and edited it out in GIMP. I then uploaded it to the wrong folder (accidentally of course). I named it "thenotsodailyme_larger1.gif". I referenced it properly in my code. When I right-clicked on the image is showed the correct path (http://hansmast.com/logos/thenotsodailyme_larger1.gif). I copied that path and pasted it in my browser (FF) and viewed it. The browser path changed from "http://hansmast.com/logos/thenotsodailyme_larger1.gif" to "http://hansmast.com/logos/thenotsodailyme_larger.gif" (the old one with a border). It was almost like the .htaccess was pointing the thenotsodailyme_larger1.gif to thenotsodailyme_larger.gif. Weird.

    I put it in the right folder and it works dandy. Thanks!
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