5 Replies Latest reply: Jul 28, 2007 4:06 AM by Newsgroup_User RSS

    help with appearance of graphics as links

    Monica_Waldorf
      I have inserted a graphic logo in the header of my website and would like to program it as a link on each page back to the home page - no problem. However, in IE, a blue outline appears around the graphic of the logo. Is there a way to affect the code to remove the outline or prevent it from appearing in IE?

      I've created it in Dreamweaver CS3 on a Mac and previewed the site in Safari and Opera on the Mac and IE version 6.0.

      Any help is greatly appreciated. :)
        • 1. Re: help with appearance of graphics as links
          Community Member
          Place this in your CSS:

          a img {border: 0;}


          --Nancy O.
          Alt-Web Design & Publishing
          www.alt-web.com

          "Monica Waldorf" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:f8d103$p1r$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > I have inserted a graphic logo in the header of my website and would like
          to
          > program it as a link on each page back to the home page - no problem.
          However,
          > in IE, a blue outline appears around the graphic of the logo. Is there a
          way
          > to affect the code to remove the outline or prevent it from appearing in
          IE?
          >
          > I've created it in Dreamweaver CS3 on a Mac and previewed the site in
          Safari
          > and Opera on the Mac and IE version 6.0.
          >
          > Any help is greatly appreciated. :)
          >


          • 2. Re: help with appearance of graphics as links
            Monica_Waldorf Community Member
            Thank you Nancy! I was afraid no one would help me . . .:)

            I also have email icons on the contacts page set up as clickable links - this tag would work for those as well only I would need to reference this tag in the code on that specific page wouldn't I?
            • 3. Re: help with appearance of graphics as links
              BurritoVictim
              Monica, yes, the CSS code Nancy gave you applies to any 'a' tag ('a href' HTML for a hyperlink), so you should only have to apply the hyperlink to the image and the border will automatically be zero.

              John
              • 4. Re: help with appearance of graphics as links
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                • 5. Re: help with appearance of graphics as links
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                  "kingkong" <amir@kongmoron.com> wrote in message
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                  > Check out this site - WWW.KONGMORON.COM.
                  >
                  > Focused solely on the community of IT specialists, web developers,
                  > technological experts, companies, morons and individuals alike.
                  >
                  > Currently we are up and running in our beta phase, taking care of final
                  > minor
                  > bugs tightening loose screws and slowly getting the word out about our
                  > existence.
                  >
                  > I hope it is of some help and we welcome your feedback.
                  >
                  >
                  >