[thelist] Dumb CSS question

ftarzwell at fayec.com ftarzwell at fayec.com
Mon Dec 3 14:29:52 CST 2007

On Mon, 03 Dec 2007 20:18:55 +0000, Robert O'Rourke <rob at sanchothefat.com>
> It's not the images that have the border under them, it's the link that
> contains it. Switch back to using text decoration for the underline and
> set your images to display: block; if possible, block elements can't
> have text-decoration (in theory).

Another option is set 
img {border:0px}
after setting the links to use text-decoration: underline;


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