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Thread: Header is showing a border

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    Header is showing a border

    Hello guys, hope you guys can help me out.

    On the header of a website Im working on, there is a small border showing around the background image I use as the page logo. It was never there, but then I had to resize everything smaller (changed from 650 width to smaller) and now I cant get rid of that thin border. Im not sure what's causing it.

    Here is the live site Game, Set & Match Promoção e Treinamento

    Also, the very simple form I have on the right side, is showing very different between chrome and IE.

    Thanks for any advice

    Regards

    R

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    Image has 1 pixel border. I've removed it. You can take borderless image here:

    https://www.copy.com/s/EHn7YndiHyd8/...anner_try2.jpg

    Form displays different in Firefox too, and I'm not surprised, as you are using inappropriate tags. Header background image is in H tag and form elements in P. This is, at least, unusual.
    Last edited by sasha_bolcina; Sep 10th, 2014 at 01:16 PM.
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    Thanks Sasha,
    I cant really think how that border ended overthere. All I did was resize my original image using photoshop.

    And the tags... I use the H tag on the header to save the slot for the logo on the background, thats all. And the P's on the form, I didnt really formatted them yet, the page is on very early stage, far from the final version. I will see if they are much different when I use other tags. One thing that I noticed tho, is that "line-height" doesnt work on the form for IE. Is there another way?

    Thanks alot for your help

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    Hi,

    Header showing the border given below,

    header {border-top: 1px solid #000;}
    thank you.


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