ugly lines around clicked buttons on IE (but not on Safari)

yoga99

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 20, 2005
6
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Hi.

I'm new to Mac so forgive my ignorance.

When I use IE and click on buttons like the ones you have on the top bar
of www.apple.com , I get ugly light-blue lines around the button.


ON SAFARY I DON'T SEE THESE LINES AT ALL.

my 2 questions are:

1. Is there a way to set IE differently so I won't see these lines.

2. Is there something I can insert into the code of my website
to prevent Mac users with IE to see these lines when they click on my buttons.

Thanks a lot,
Yoga99
 

Mike Teezie

macrumors 68020
Nov 20, 2002
2,205
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Use border="0" in the image tags.

For example:

Code:
<img src="http://rcbonline.com/store1.jpg" border="0" height="207" width="275">
 

yoga99

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 20, 2005
6
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thanks, guys, really, but...

:confused: I tried both options and it didn't help. I still see this blue lines around the clicked button... (same color as the sad smiley above)


Is there something else I can do?

Do you guys see these lines too when you click on the apple.com top buttons?

As someone who is new to Mac, I don't understand it... It's so ugly...
I didn't buy Mac to see ugly stuff.

How do I get rid of it??? Thanks,
Yoga99
 

plinden

macrumors 68040
Apr 8, 2004
3,969
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Don't sweat it. IE on the Mac is obsolete. Get your site working for Safari, Firefox, and IE6 for Windows.
 

unixkid

macrumors regular
Jan 25, 2004
101
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there r literaly 2 people on the entire face of the earth who use a Mac and use IE..... we all use Safari, Opera, and Mozilla browsers.
 

mnkeybsness

macrumors 68030
Jun 25, 2001
2,511
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Moneyapolis, Minnesota
unixkid said:
there r literaly 2 people on the entire face of the earth who use a Mac and use IE..... we all use Safari, Opera, and Mozilla browsers.
not literally... you'd be surprised at how many people still use OS 9 and IE is the only browser on their computer because they don't even know that they can get a different browser.