> Ah, didn't get you the first time. You can have an invisible gif
> in the <a> element, or even just a if you set the <a>
> element to display:block;. Just position this link with
> position:absolute; over the background image that's there. That
> way it won't mess up any of the rest of page layout.
> I'd choose a gif over an though, so you can make use of
> the alt text for people who surf without images, such as Lynx or
> screenreader users. They wouldn't be able to 'see' the link if it
> were just a blown up .
I did this and it seems to work, but I don't get what I should do about
<a href="index.html"><img border="0" src="images/invisible.gif"
width="130" height="124" align="left" alt="Bike China Logo Link to Home
<p align="center"><a name="top" id="top">Bike China Adventures,
Inc.</a><br/><em><font color="#FFFF00">Tour Schedule</font></em></p>
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