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matthyx

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  1. No, it still doesn't help Again, this problem only shows with IE... Firefox and Safari rendering are fine. .mylink { background: url(myimage.png) left center no-repeat; padding-left: 13px; border-width: 0px 0px 0px 0px;}
  2. No, it doesn't work.Borders are still there with IE .mylink { background: url(mytinyimage.png) left center no-repeat; padding-left: 13px; border: 0px solid #000000;}
  3. Hello,To make some links look more fancy, I am adding an image in front of them with this kind of definition in my CSS:.mylink { background: url(mytinyimage.png) left center no-repeat; padding-left: 13px;}Everything works fine: XHTML 1.0 strict and CSS validated, rendering fine in Firefox.Unfortunately, some of my friends are using IE6 and, with it, a 1px blue border appears around the image. This is pretty ugly as mytinyimage.png has a rounded shape...Is there a way to force-remove this border?
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