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Is it possible to style a cell TD so that images inside of it with links have no border?

Sent by Bob Easton on 16 September 2005 11:11


Bruce Searl wrote:
> Hello all you CSS brains.
>  
> I've got what might be a simple "no", or "why would you?" or "You can - but you
> shouldn't!" sort of question. 
>  
> But thus far all I've been able to do is nothing...
>  
> The goal is to apply formatting to a table or table cell, that will prevent the border
> from showing if the image contained in it has a link around it... so instead of typically
> doing it like this:
> 
> <td><a href="link.asp"><img src="image.jpg" border="0"></a></td>
> 
>  
> It would be something like this... 
> 
> <td border="0"><a href="link.asp"><img src="image.jpg"></a></td>
> 
>  
> Of course my above example won't work... the image will have a link box around it... is
> there a correct CSS way to do it?
>  

I have not treied this with an explicit test case, but I think it is 
correct and the CSS SelectOracle(1) gives the expected explanation.

td img a {border:none;}

(1) http://penguin.theopalgroup.com/cgi-bin/css3explainer/selectoracle.py


-- 
Bob Easton
Accessibility Matters: http://access-matters.com

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