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align an image in the absolute top left corner

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Does any one know how I can postion my graphic in the top left corner of my html page with no padding or spaces. I need this to work in netscape and ie

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<div id="theid" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;margin:0;padding:0">
   <img src="yourimge.jpg" border="0">
</div>

You probably need to style the body as well with:

<body style="margin:0">


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by:ablogan
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Worked perrrfect. Thank you very much

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Glad I could help.  thanks for the A. :^)

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