I need a bit of help here. I am new to HTML and I can't figure out how to eliminate the blue border of the typical hyperlink when it is applied to an image. If someone could help me I would greatly appreciate it.
What code do I include to eliminate the blue border around the image?
I'd go with using an external CSS stylesheet, as then it'll be included with all images. I use border-width:0; myself, http://arenlor.com/styles.css that's my stylesheet, it doesn't do too much but it works to remove the border.
@Sohail, since your question is not related to the same problem discussed here,I think it's better to start a new topic so you can keep tracking it without interfering with others topic.
here is what you have to do:
1- and an anchor element in the place where you want to jump to and give it a specific name
<a name="top" />
The name attribute will be a destination for a link
2- go to where you want to add that "back to top" link and add this
<a href="#top">back to top</a>
the # sign will make the link navigate within the same page to the specified anchor name
hope it helps
This post has been edited by ahmad_511: 03 December 2009 - 12:02 PM