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    Irritating Mouseover Effect on Image

    Hi,

    I am justing setting up my website www.stadiumadvertiser.com but when I put an image in columns with a link on it has a mouseover effect in the same way the text does, can anyone tell me how I can remove this. I have tried a few options but cant get it to work.

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    Hi can someone help me with this please, it would be grately appreciated.

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    SitePoint Wizard bronze trophy Black Max's Avatar
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    I'm sorry, I guess I don't understand the problem. The StadiumManager.com image doesn't have a title mouseover like the text links...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Max View Post
    The StadiumManager.com image doesn't have a title mouseover like the text links...?
    I think that is the cause of the problem. There is a bug in Internet Explorer where an image that doesn't have a title attribute has one created by IE with the same content as the alt atribute.

    To fix it add title="" to the <img> tag.
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    SitePoint Wizard bronze trophy Black Max's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by felgall View Post
    I think that is the cause of the problem. There is a bug in Internet Explorer where an image that doesn't have a title attribute has one created by IE with the same content as the alt atribute. To fix it add title="" to the <img> tag.
    Duh! You caught me drooling on my keyboard again, Felgall.


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