Photoshop Slices -- border after clicking

I have an image that I sliced with Photoshop and then added hyperlinks.  After clicking on these there is a border that shows up.  Is there anyway of doing away with that?

This is not a gap (cellpadding and spacing are set on "o").

The border does not show up that much when I pulled the site up on my iPad... but looks awful on pc.

Here is an example--  http://www.rookaps.com/training

Help.

C. Terry
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NrisimhaCommented:

Replace

<table width=100% border=0 bordercolor=darkblue cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>

with

<table width=100% border=0px bordercolor=darkblue cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
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NrisimhaCommented:

Sorry,

Do you think about these borders on the image after clicking:

 Borders
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rookapsAuthor Commented:
No, that doesn't change anything.

Thanks anyway.
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NrisimhaCommented:

After clicking on these there is a border that shows up.

Please, can you send an image because I don't understand what border you are talking about after you click on image slice..

regards

Nrisimha
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NrisimhaCommented:


In a meantime I have made some changes in your HTML file so please watch it.

Now there is not a white space  on the right side of your web page under IE and Firefox and Safari.

Attachment:

 conference-room.htm

with my best regards

Nrisimha
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MINDSUPERBCommented:
I did not see any issues with the link you provided. I checked it with three web browsers - IE, Google Chrome and Firefox and did not see any border within the sliced image.

Sincerely,
Ed
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rookapsAuthor Commented:
Ok... thanks for checking on several browsers.

I'll live with it.

I appreciate the feedback from you all.
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