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How to set links for # Tag Open Browser links. . .


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TheWern

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Hi,If the title sounded confusing read on. . .

Using Dreamweaver.
I have put together a small site for a friend which has a picture gallery page. When first loaded the borders arround the pic's were dark Grey as they were supposed to be. Next I put a # in the links section and inserted an on-click, open browser from behavious in the Tag section. This works propperly. If viewed via dreamweavers preview/debug using Internet Explorer, the borders are all still dark grey. But once uploaded to live internet ALL the borders arround the pictures have turned blue and one clicked on turn a purple colour.

I have checked every setting in the .css file and the is no corresponding colour set for any of them.
I have checked the Links in the 'modify' 'page properties' and they are all set to #666666 and works with the links at the botoom of the page.

This is the page http://www.inescole....ollection.html#

I don't understand where / how anything else can control this.

Please help me ! ! ! !
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Images show blue (purple while active) borders in IE. In FF they display gray.

I can see border set in HTML:
<img width="75" height="75" border="1" onclick="MM_openBrWindow('SCglry004LRG.html','GalleryLrg004','width=400,height=450')" src="Images/Glry004.jpg"/>
but I don't see any border color set in CSS:
img {
margin-bottom:10px;
margin-top:0;
}

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Hi Broni,

Thanks for that. It's always something simple hey!

Thanks a lot.

S
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I'm glad, it worked :)
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