Internet Explorer Puts ‘Borders’ Round Your Images


KB ID 0000823 Dtd 01/06/13


Chrome is my browser of choice, so I don’t look at my website with IE often. (Yes I know that’s bad practice for a webmaster). So I was surprised when I opened my home page and saw this.

ie image borders

IE does this IF your image is a hyperlink.


Option 1: Edit your Hyperlink

If you have a lot of them this is quite time consuming, but you can add the attribute of border and set it to zero within the IMG section of your hyperlink like so;

Border attribute

Option 2: Edit your CSS

This would be the preferred option, because you make one change and it will effect all your images. Simply add the following commands to your CSS.

Set Image Border with CSS


Stop IE Adding borders

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