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Active images without the blue box

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Hi,
Whenever I designate an image as active and linked to somewhere else a blue box is automatically added around it to designate the image "active." How do I stop that blue box mucking up the graphic? The cursor turning into a hand would be enough of  an indication.

I see lots of sites without these boxes around active images but I can't see any difference in the HTML code.

all the best,

Daniel  
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border=0

example:

<a href="http://www.collegestudent.com"><img src="someimage.gif" border=0></a>
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Thanks flivauda, that does the trick!
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