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    Embedding A Graphic

    It seems that The Lounge "default" when you insert a graphic into the body of a post is to put a BORDER around the graphic. Is there a tag one can use to suppress that border, or would you consider changing the code to border=0?

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    Re: Embedding A Graphic

    Hi, Al ~

    Are you referring to an image with a link?

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    Re: Embedding A Graphic

    With or without a link, it's the IMAGE tag that puts the border around the image.

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    Re: Embedding A Graphic

    Well, Al, perhaps you are seeing something that I don't. <IMG SRC=http://www.krymow.com/images/icon_shocked.gif> I have never seen a border on any image in the Lounge less linkable images.

    <font color=blue>This GIF post</font color=blue> and <font color=blue>this JPG post</font color=blue> both demonstrate there exists no border on the first Item with IMAGE tags and a border is present on the second item with IMAGE tags and a link.

    Do you see borders on both images of both posts on your end?

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    Re: Embedding A Graphic

    Possibly you use different style sheets. I use "old style" or something like that, and I don't see borders on graphics.

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    Re: Embedding A Graphic

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by bigaldoc on 03-Feb-03 08:08. A Lounge Fee-Chur!)</P>Yeah, you're right, Bruce. I jumped the gun. It's only on the link/image combination.

    I don't know if you're talking about "skin" Jefferson, but I'll try changing it from Desert to something else if that will help.

    Edited to add: It has been pointed out to me that the tags are SUPPOSED to work this way. Gggrrrrrrr!

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    Re: Embedding A Graphic

    Yes, skins are style sheets under, the, er, skin.

    I think all the images that are hyperlink will be boxed by default unless it is somehow turned off by the page author. I doubt the user can do this him or herself... unless one wants to play with Tools > Internet Options... > Accessibility... > Format documents using my style sheet.

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