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    SitePoint Evangelist ktown's Avatar
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    dumb question about image links

    hi.

    if there is a picture, that is a link
    how come when i click the pic on my computer i don't see an outline around it.. but on a different computer i CAN see an outline around the image (not border)..

    are those the browser settings?
    i guess that makes sence..i'm just making sure that there is nothing more that i can do to make those dissapear for everyone.

    sorry if this seems dumb... also if you know css.. would you look at my post in that section?
    thanks.

    ~nina

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    As far as I know there is no possible way in which you can remove the border around an image when it is clicked.

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    you can go through your links and add this:
    Code:
    onFocus="this.blur();"
    check out this thread for some more info...
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    I remember vaguely there was a way ... maybe with CSS?

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    Put - border="0" - in the image tag and it should stop a border when clicked.
    "If something is too hard,give it up. The moral my boy is too never try anything"
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    i dont think that's what is being looked for here. i was thinnking the same thing but i realised that the border is always there until you put the " border="0" " code in.

    im pretty convinced that the "OnFocus" code should do the trick

    chris


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