|12-19-2013, 11:43 AM||#17|
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Munich, Germany
You may check your coding.
In <style type="text/css"> it is not border="0" but:
or border-style: hidden;
I think that border is a style attribute for text elements like <h1>, <p>, <table>, <td>, not for images.
Is rel="nofollow" a style attribute? I didn't find it. And if so, the coding is also wrong at this place as with border.
If you don't want the link being followed, why do you insert it?
In <a class style="text-decoration:none;" ......
don't use the semicolon. But I don't see a text link (Post #5). So why do you need it?
I would use border="0" in the <img> tag, if it is a link. Like
<img alt="Logo" src="../Images/Amazon-small-quality.com.jpg" border="0" />
|12-20-2013, 07:16 AM||#18|
Join Date: Dec 2013
As the misguided knight identified in this thread, I admit I've broken many a lance on this fruitless quest to master ebook formatting. But your help with this small formatting monster was very much appreciated.
Small thanks, but here's a 100%-off coupon for the book in question: ZU73E. To use here before end-Jan:
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