I could easily set a tiny photograph in the center of a page to set off
one paragraph above from the one below it. I could do this in a way that
works across all browsers I'm likely to bump heads with, too. But it seems
to me that what I'm really doing is using the image as sort of an <HR>, so
I set about styling it as such. And what I ended up with was an HR that
looks great in Opera and FireFox and Safari and even a couple of others.
But in Internet Explorer I end up with box around the image.
I've tried border: none; and I've tried border: 0px solid transparent; and
still have the border around the image.
Is there really no way of turning this off in IE, beyond just marking it
up as an image in the middle of the page?
Mark D Hiatt
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