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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 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;
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.
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