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Randall Twede
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when you set border="0" in an image tag used as a link there is no border. but after link is visited it has one. why? can it be "fixed"?
it is just that one of my image links is a transparent animated gif and the border ruins the look.
[ August 30, 2003: Message edited by: Randall Twede ]
 
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i think if you apply css to the links for visted, active, etc..... with border = 0.
 
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Is it really a border that you are talking about, or just the "focus" indication that the browser draws?
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bear,
oh you are right...if i click another link then click on back button it is gone. guess its not really a problem.
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you can add onclick="this.blur()" on the image tag and it will not show.
 
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hmmm...added what you suggested to the image tag and it didnt work, but added it to the anchor tag and it did
 
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