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  1. #1
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    I'm trying to get my pinchers on the border on this image map. I seem to remember being told that you CAN'T get rid of border on image map. Is that true? I've put the dark line borders in three places, trying to get a feel for where this lighter colored border is getting generated. Grrr.

    Oh gee, now, how do I submit my page to be viewed by you my friends...
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  3. #2
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    I'm not answering, I'm adding about the attachment. If it isn't clear, the toolbox is the html file to open. It refers to the imagemap.png file. I guess you download these on your computer to be able to see my page. I thought I did this before and it was real easy...

  4. #3
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    still talking to myself... You know if you spend the better part of a day butting head against one of these problems .... I figured it out. The border I'm seeing is in the doggone image. When I saved it low these many months ago, I had not yet figured out how to use matting. Now that I went through the 3 border exercise first described, I knew where those three borders were anyway. ciao


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