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    simple html... I should kick myself...

    I am having no luck finding a way around this, so I consult the board of the gods...

    I want to remove the pink link color around an image that's a link... its the EFF logo at the bottom of http://www.mikemccue.com ... It's a link, it's pink, and I want the color gone... How can I do this? The other two there are links as well but are surrounded by javascript, which I'm sure get's rid of it...

    Thanks for any help!

    Mike
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    Put border="0" in the image tag.


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    simple enough..

    Thanks, worked perfectly!
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    Change the border value to zero and be sure to add the ending link tag.

    <A HREF="http://www.eff.org/blueribbon">
    <IMG SRC="http://br.eff.org/br.gif"
    ALT="[Blue Ribbon Campaign icon]"
    HEIGHT="76" WIDTH="112" BORDER="0" ALIGN="MIDDLE">
    </a>

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    CSS

    I usually define a class in a style sheet to get around those darn standards.

    Code:
    img.noborder {
    	border: 0;
    	border-style: none;
    }
    Then apply the class to your img tag.

    Code:
    <a href="http://www.eff.org/blueribbon"> 
    <img class="noborder" src="http://br.eff.org/br.gif" 
    alt="[Blue Ribbon Campaign icon]" height="76" 
    width="112" align="middle"></a>
    Last edited by Decoy; May 10, 2002 at 16:54.

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    actually i have used this css and it worked!




    img { border: void;}




    no specail classes needed!


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