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  1. #1
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    Hi, all:

    How to I position hyperlinked images that are right next to each other.
    when I use
    <img scr=""><img scr="">

    the images are right next to each other But when I am trying to hyperlink them in the following way:
    <a href=""><img scr=""></a>
    <a href=""><img scr=""></a>

    there appears a white strip of space that I do not want. Is there any way to eliminate this space using some of the CSS or JavaScript commands.

    Thank you,

    Edgar

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    Have you tried to add the attribute border="0" to the img src?

    <a href=""><img scr="" border="0"></a>
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    Or you could place within a table cell and set the table cellspacing and cellpadding to 0. And the image border to 0 as per Rosland.
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    have you tried putting them on the same line and add border="0" too
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    Thank you all for help.

    I just discovered that it is the image itself that has that white border strip. I am using CRYSTAL BUTTON creator and it appears that the software automatically inserts the white padding.

    What is the best button creating software anyway? Please let me know,

    Edgar

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    A lot of designers including myself use graphic editing programs such as Photoshop and Fireworks for making buttons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danrc1985
    A lot of designers including myself use graphic editing programs such as Photoshop and Fireworks for making buttons.

    But can one be as good of buttons in photoshop as in any other button creation software? It is so easy to do so in the button software, in photoshop it appears to be somewhat difficult.

    Edgar

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    Take a look here... http://www.good-tutorials.com/tutorials/11

    its really quite simple if u have a basic understanding of the tools in Photoshop. In my opinion if you are skilled in photoshop then it is unsurpassed in web graphics design, for making things like buttons.

    Don't forget you can also incorporate Photoshops sister program Image Ready and use that to create roll over effects for your buttons.

    http://www.photoshopcafe.com/tutoria.../rollover.html

    this is just one of the tutorials i found on google.


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