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Dreamweaver - Why are clickable links showing in Blue in IE?

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Hi,

I havesetup my site in Dreamweaver and in IE the links are showing up in Blue, but in Mozilla they are fine?
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Blue links are the "default" in the browser so if you are seeing two different things it probably is because you've miscoded something in the HTML or CSS.

Can you post the page code or a link to your page?
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Okay, so those are the image borders.  FF doesn't show them if they are not defined, IE does.  Simply add the following to your CSS declaration for IMG:

border-style: none;

and both browsers should display no border on those images.
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