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I have 2 html links on my page Visit My Website. I want to get rid of the purple box from around the image and can't find where it is defined in the stylesheet.css (which is pretty much left in the default state).

 

Any help and direction would be appreciated.

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if you mean catagory images it's .smallText class

That style looks more like a blue on my display

THis is what my .smalltext says:

TD.smallText, SPAN.smallText, P.smallText {

font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;

font-size: 10px;

 

nothing there suggests a blue border.

a.hover doesn't address it either.

 

Here is the code in the php page that calls the html link:

<tr>

<td align="center" class="main" colspan="4"><a href="index.php"><img src="images/main_page.gif" /></a></a></td>

</tr>

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a.hover doesn't address it either

can we experiment? if so change the a:hover color: #AABBDD;

to something like:

 

A:hover {

color: #C96;

text-decoration: underline;

}

refresh browser, and see if that changes the hover bg

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Try:

 

<a href="buynow.html"><img src="images/payment_pix.gif" [color="#FF0000"][b]border="0"[/b][/color]></a>

This worked using the Webdeveloper plugin in Firefox.

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Try:

i see an inline style at bottom of page in html? check that

 

td align="left" class="smallText" style="border:1px solid #F8F8F9" onMouseOver="window.status='http://ntechtest.com/catalog/index.php?cPath=21'; this.style.backgroundColor='#BBC3D3'; .....

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Try:

 

<a href="buynow.html"><img src="images/payment_pix.gif" [color="#FF0000"][b]border="0"[/b][/color]></a>

This worked using the Webdeveloper plugin in Firefox.

 

It worked! Thanks!

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