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    Question [HELP] Converted to xhtml & css - but I have one lingering problem...


    I just converted my site from a 'tabled' layout using html to a 'table-less' layout using xhtml and css. It was an interesting excercise, but I am glad I did it.

    Big concern was how it would look b/t browsers and I designed it to degrade gracefully on older versions (i.e., no css but still functional). Everything seems to match fine except for one little annoyance.

    There are two 'buttons' at the bottom indicating W3C compliance for xhtml and css. In Mozilla/Firebird, there is no border around those buttons/images. But, in IE6.x there is the defualt blue border indicating an unvisited link. How do I get rid of that border so that it does not show in any browser?

    Here is my site: http://copperdog.org
    Here is the css code: http://copperdog.org/csscode.htm

    Thanks in advance for your help!
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    Add

    border: 0 none;

    to your style declaration in the image tag.
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    hrsdh

    Doh - missed that one. Thanks for pointing that out. It works perfectly now!

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