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red box around imagemaps in PageMill

Posted on 1997-06-03
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It looks fine in the PM browser thingie, but when I view it in Netscape it has about a 4 point red line around the imagemap like a border... there's NOt upposed ot be one...

how do I fix this?

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Open the HTML code, and specific "border=0" within the <img src="***.***" usemap....blah blah>. I am sure you can also do it within Pagemill.
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