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    blue boxes in IE8

    Can someone tell me how to get rid of the ugly blue click boxes in my features section in IE8 on http://www.countyfairgrounds.net/findHalloween.php

    I am referring specifically to the witch add and the cookie ad - which for some reason have these ugly boxes displaying

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    Did you try

    border: none; ?
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    Hello and thanks but it did not work, got anymore ideas?

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    a couple things... first, you changed it to boder="none"... needs to be border="none" and even this idk will work correctly.. try using CSS (if you want to test it inline real quick do style="border:none;"... but i was going to add a rule to your class, (to test) but there is no class .image there is a .imagecontent... maybe you missed the rest? also your second pic does not have suffixes for the height, width... it is just height="400" or something like that.. i would use CSS... have you thrown this through the validator? 13 errors that may be causing you grief

    I code C hash-tag .Net
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    If you just go into your css and add a style rule for the img tag like so:

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    img {
        border:none;
    }
    That will remove all blue borders from your linked images. The link is what gives images a blue border.
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    Thank you that worked. Really the problem is I do too much.
    Hey can you help me with the color or the menu buttons on the top of the page? That nice blue color - on either size of the grey - I want the buttons background all to be blue and they should have white lettering - usually I can figure it out . But for some darn reason I cannot event find that grey color in the navigation menu. There are no drop down menus on this page - so you would think I would have been able to figure it out - but it is not working.
    http://www.countyfairgrounds.net/findhalloween.php


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