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Posted on 1998-07-09
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I am using Netscape v4.05 with Composer. On my homepage I have a Netscape gif which links to their home page. When I view my page via the browser there is an annoying blue border around the image. Is this just because my browser has highlighted it as a link I have recently visited?
Nevertheless I would like to know if it can be removed/disabled so I and other people viewing
it from elsewhere don't see it either.

Thanks for any suggestions...
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Question by:Caralinus
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sybe earned 50 total points
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<img src="...." border="0">

so you should add border="0" to the image tag


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