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Image has a strange horizontal line/dash. Onhover it is removed.

Posted on 2010-11-08
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All images in this gallery include what looks to be a partial horizontal line or dash on the left side of the image. The CSS was altered, and then this issue was noticed. Unfortunately, there are no change logs available. On mouse hover the line disappears as desired. The goal is to obviously remove this dash/line

Attached is an example.

Any ideas?
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by:stilliard
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can you show us a demo html page? or post the css here?
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by:Diverse IT
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Ok. Thanks. Its offline right now...dev'n it. Its part of an ASPX integration so i will pull it from that and post in an HTML file. I will post in 5min & let you know once i do.
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by:Diverse IT
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Well, oddly enough, now that i have it online it is behaving slightly different. Now i notice the issue on active or when you click on the image (in the display no the thumbs.). I also noticed the rollovers are not working either now (page 1, 2 prev, next) above and below the thumbs but that is another issue.
Here is the example: http://domain.info/gallery.html 
Thanks again.
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by:Diverse IT
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UPDATE: I did not include the global file. Its update now. Please refresh.
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by:Emmanuel Gleizer
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In IE8/win7 I don't see the dot.
I check all modes (even quirks) also checked in chrome.
You solved your problem?

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by:Diverse IT
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Did you click on the main image multiple times? i have notice sometimes it does not appear during the initial click.
I tested it in WIN7: IE8, FF3, Safari, Chrome & Opera. All work now except IE8 still.
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by:Diverse IT
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i see it when i click, no longer all the time.
I know it seems like mountain out of an ant hill, but it may lead to other issues down the road if i don't nip it in the bud.
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by:stilliard
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Hmm, i thinks ive seen this before when working with vertical-align:middle, to get more of a picture of what elements causing this you could add different coloured borders round the img, and the parent a element and span element, to see if it highlights a border arround it for any of these.
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by:Diverse IT
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Good idea.
Yeah i remember seeing this before as well, but for me it had been quite some time ago.
Updating now.
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by:wasim117
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you can try

global reset for focus and active state of the link.

:active {outline:none}
:focus {outline:none}

Thanks.
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by:Diverse IT
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Sorry everyone, i've been neck deep in this project with no room to breathe. I am testing the suggestions i was not able to get to now. Will post results soon. Thanks for your paitence!
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by:Diverse IT
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@wasim117: still not working after trying yours.
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Thank you for all your help everyone!
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I figured it out. There was a double call for jquery. When I removed the second instance it solved the issue.
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