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    A border around text?

    How do you put a border around text?? Like someone did in an earlier reply? you know as to highlight something??

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    I realize that, but I know ya can, cause yesturday when I was workin on my web page, some how it happened around the word download? Oh yah, the word was an image. Does that make a difference? because it doesn't do that all the time, just the once. I looked and couldn't see how it was there. I was just wandering. You see, I've recently have been learning alot about fonts, who can and cannot see them, ( the fancier ones) So I was told about how you can mix images in within the text to get the prettiness across. Well that is what I have been working on. yesturday I did it. And I think that it will be more pleasing to the eye, than just having a fancy font. Thats why that spacer.gif came in handy. I havent put in my web page yet, cause I'm working on that part right now. Maybe later today, or in the next day or so. And with that, I'm still trying to figure out how to link the pages together.
    Ok then thanks

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    Sure,

    What you did was create a hyperlinked image. In other words you placed an image on your page and made it a link.

    Without specifying the code below, a hyperlinked image will, by default, have a one pixel blue border around it.

    To get rid of the border, attach this code at the and of the "img src" code: border="0"

    So it would look similar to this:

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    <a href="yourpage.htm"><img src="path/to/image.gif" width="100" height="20" border="0"></a>

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    glowing text. don't think this is what u want, but others might find it to their liking

    **********<code begins>**********
    <style>
    <!--
    #glowtext{
    filter:glow(color=FFFF00,strength=3);
    width:100%;
    }
    -->
    </style>

    <script language="JavaScript1.2">

    /*
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    function glowit(which){
    if (document.all.glowtext[which].filters[0].strength==3)
    document.all.glowtext[which].filters[0].strength=2
    else
    document.all.glowtext[which].filters[0].strength=3
    }

    function glowit2(which){
    if (document.all.glowtext.filters[0].strength==3)
    document.all.glowtext.filters[0].strength=2
    else
    document.all.glowtext.filters[0].strength=3
    }

    function startglowing(){
    if (document.all.glowtext&&glowtext.length){
    for (i=0;i<glowtext.length;i++)
    eval('setInterval("glowit('+i+')",150)')
    }
    else if (glowtext)
    setInterval("glowit2(0)",150)
    }

    if (document.all)
    window.onload=startglowing
    </script>

    //implementation

    <span id="glowtext">This is a glowing text</span>
    **********<code ends>**********

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    Cool, thanks I'll play aaaround with them with my editer, and let ya know what I come up with.



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