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RE: input type="image" with no borders

From: Hugo Koji Kobayashi <koji@ansp.br>
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 11:04:15 -0200 (EDT)
To: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.10.10002101058430.31569-100000@www.ansp.br>

On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Dave J Woolley wrote:

> 	It's important to understand that HTML is not about
> 	how a browser displays a document, but about the
> 	structure of that document, e.g. what does a border
> 	mean on a speech synthesizer.
> 	The correct way of doing this with pure HTML 4 is to
> 	use style sheets.  I'm fairly sure that IE4+ support
> 	the necessary style sheet behaviour - I'm not so sure
> 	about Netscape.

OK. I tried to do so, but I think I'm missing something or maybe my
browser (Netscape 4.7) still doesn't support all the features of style

> > <form action="/cgi-bin/test.cgi" method="POST">
> > Search:<BR>
> > <input type="text" size=20 maxlength=50 name="info" value=""><BR>
> > <input type="image" src="/images/button.gif" border=0>
> > 
> 	This is invalid HTML.  ALT is required by the syntax, and
> 	in this case is also required by the semantics, as it appears
> 	that the image is essential to the successful use of the form.

Yes, I known that it's invalid. But this example was only to ask a way
to remove the border of the image.

> > Sorry if this is not the appropriate mailing list to send this question,
> > but I couldn't find a better one among those at w3.org.
> > 
> 	I think the group is more about the specification of the
> 	language than about how to use de facto implemenatations.

Could you point me to a more appropriate mailing list?

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