Cheers to Nick, Ian and Erik for your instantaneous responses!
#content img.subhead has sorted it. i actually have the #content for a
reason, the images in the header outside of content are borderless.
i could probably have thought this through a little more carefully from
the start. definitely planning ahead helps, but in this case we're in a
rush to get this site up before i go on holiday tomorrow at 2pm.
hehe. nothing like leaving it til the last minute.
I'll post the 'finished' site when we're close. quite happy with the way
it's looking, will be intrigued to hear any feedback (and dreading any
mac ie/safari comments as i'm pc based... fingers crossed)
Nick Fitzsimons wrote:
>To get the effect you want, either change your second selector to
>"#content img.subhead", or (if you want all images to get the first rule
>by default) take out the #content in the first selector - after all, if
>you want all images to get the styles, there's no need to mention the
>#content element at all.
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