I've been coding up an html/css storm these past few days trying to set up a website I had an idea for. The coding has been great, the basic outline is ready, and now I need to do some cleanup on the uglier formatting. Here's my problem:
I've been using GIMP (photoshop for linux users) to create graphics for links. I've used the basic html code for the icon:
and the matching css code for positioning it:<a href="local/header.html"><img src="homepageart/localref.gif" class="local"/></a>
Unfortunately for me, my graphics link has defaulted a freakin blue line around it. I've tinkered around to no end trying to fix it, but with no success.
Is there any way to remove it? Can I shrink the outline size to a single pixel? Can I at least change the colour?
It looks very unprofessional, and I'd like to see it pack it's bags. I'll try to attach an image of it...