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Peter Campbell
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      07-02-2003
Sorry if this is old hat or too simple a problem for everyone, but I was
doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG SRC="">
commands to make a picture a link, I realised I really don't like the border
that has been automatically added around the image. Any way to remove it?

Sorry, I've given my HTML book a loan of to someone otherwise I'd look up
that!

Peter


 
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Peter Campbell
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      07-02-2003
Believe it or not, I actually tried using the BORDER command (BORDER="0" in
actual fact) like I use in TABLE commands but it didn't seem to work.

I'll tell you what, I'll have a look at the links you kindly provided.

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> On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 20:08:36 +0100, "Peter Campbell"
> <no_spam@this_address.com> wrote:
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> > Sorry, I've given my HTML book a loan of to someone otherwise I'd look

up
> > that!

>
>
> Me too, but I have the Internet - see "border" in
>
> www (all aspects):
> http://www.kayodeok.btinternet.co.uk.../webdesign.htm
> HTML http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/html/index.html
> CSS http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/css/index.html
> CSS articles: http://css.nu/pointers/
>
> Sid
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Mr. Clean
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      07-02-2003
In article <x4GMa.278$(E-Mail Removed)>,
no_spam@this_address.com says...
> Sorry if this is old hat or too simple a problem for everyone, but I was
> doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG SRC="">
> commands to make a picture a link, I realised I really don't like the border
> that has been automatically added around the image. Any way to remove it?
>
> Sorry, I've given my HTML book a loan of to someone otherwise I'd look up
> that!



<img src="..." border="0'>

DUH!!!
 
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Peter Campbell
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      07-02-2003

"Mr. Clean" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> In article <x4GMa.278$(E-Mail Removed)>,
> no_spam@this_address.com says...
> > Sorry if this is old hat or too simple a problem for everyone, but I was
> > doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG SRC="">
> > commands to make a picture a link, I realised I really don't like the

border
> > that has been automatically added around the image. Any way to remove

it?
> >
> > Sorry, I've given my HTML book a loan of to someone otherwise I'd look

up
> > that!

>
>
> <img src="..." border="0'>
>
> DUH!!!


Cheers. I was using the BORDER command in the <A> tag.

I assume you meant to put a closing " in your line instead of '?

Duh!


 
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brucie
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      07-02-2003
In post <x4GMa.278$(E-Mail Removed)>
Peter Campbell said...

> I was doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG SRC="">
> commands to make a picture a link


HTML doesn't have commands. it has elements and attributes to those
elements.


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Peter Campbell
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      07-03-2003
I was brought up in programming in BASIC and, for better or worse, commands
they shall remain.

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> In post <x4GMa.278$(E-Mail Removed)>
> Peter Campbell said...
>
> > I was doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG

SRC="">
> > commands to make a picture a link

>
> HTML doesn't have commands. it has elements and attributes to those
> elements.
>
>
> --
> brucie a. blackford. 03/July/2003 06:55:40 am kilo.
> http://loser.brucies.com/



 
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brucie
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      07-03-2003
In post <E9QMa.3982$(E-Mail Removed)>
Peter Campbell said...

>>> I was doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG SRC="">
>>> commands to make a picture a link


>> HTML doesn't have commands. it has elements and attributes to those
>> elements.


> I was brought up in programming in BASIC and, for better or worse, commands
> they shall remain.


HTML is a markup language (thats what the ML stands for) not a
programming language. you write or author HTML, not program it.

please don't toppost
How am I supposed to post my replies in a newsgroup?:
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Chris Morris
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      07-03-2003
"Peter Campbell" <no_spam@this_address.com> writes:
> Sorry if this is old hat or too simple a problem for everyone, but I was
> doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG SRC="">
> commands to make a picture a link, I realised I really don't like the border
> that has been automatically added around the image. Any way to remove it?


HTML: <img border="0" ... >
or better, in an external CSS file
a img { border: 0; }

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      07-03-2003

"Peter Campbell" <no_spam@this_address.com> wrote in message
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> "brucie" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:bdvgso$11g515$(E-Mail Removed)...
> > In post <x4GMa.278$(E-Mail Removed)>
> > Peter Campbell said...
> >
> > > I was doing up my website last night and using the <A HREF=""><IMG

> SRC="">
> > > commands to make a picture a link

> >
> > HTML doesn't have commands. it has elements and attributes to those
> > elements.
> >
> >

> I was brought up in programming in BASIC and, for better or worse,

commands
> they shall remain.
>



Just because you're old doesn't give you an excuse for ****ing up the
nomenclature to suit yourself.
A web page isn't a program, it is a document that has been marked up for
display.

The act of "marking up" is a publishing practice that has been around far
longer than the Internet or even computers.


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Mr. Clean
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      07-03-2003
In article <1057235540.595727@news>, http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) says...
> Mr. Clean wrote:
> >> commands to make a picture a link, I realised I really don't like the
> >> border that has been automatically added around the image. Any way to
> >> remove it?

>
> > <img src="..." border="0'>

>
> > DUH!!!

>
> "Duh!!!" indeed, the border attribute has long been deprecated[1] in favour
> of the CSS border properties.
>
> img {
> border-style: none;
> }
>


DUH, yourself...I knew that but also could tell that the original poster wasn't
quite up to that level...
 
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