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Border on image.

Posted on 1998-08-16
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    I have an image in the top left corner of a page in Netscape.  How do I get it to touch the edges of the browse instead of having a little white border beside it?
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<IMG SRC = "graphics.gif" STYLE="margin-left:0; margin-top:0;">

Adding the STYLE command moves it to the top and left 0 margins...
You could also use margin-right or margin-bottom...

see http://www.w3.org (CSS) for more details on Cascading Style Sheets
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