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Aligning a picture to its bg (with netscape)?

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My Friend has a picture that fades to it's bg.
We mixed it with the bg and set it so it would fit if the picture is on the upper-left of the page with no border between it.
This worked well with IE but, (mea culpa) I had no html-reference ready and only found out later that Netscape doesn't support the <body leftmargin=.. topmargin=..> command.

HOW do I do it with netscape???
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To remove the margin on netscape and IE, use the following:

topmargin=0 leftmargin=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 MARGINHEIGHT=0
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That fast ?!?
Maybe I should have proposed only 50 points to it ;)))
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