Yola Contradiction?

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In Yola's dos and donts of websites it indicates you shouldn't use a border around an image to indicate a link, instead you should allow the visitor to know its a link simply by clicking on it.

However, by default, a border is included when adding a link to an image. I don't even know how to take the border away. If Yola's going to say something in their "dont dos" they should at least take it out of their defaults.
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<!--

Its not the default on every style.

You can remove the border by individually setting each image tag to include border="0" or on most styles that include the border you could add this css snippet

<style type="text/css">
a img{border:none;}
<style>

if it does not work on your style let me know what style your using and i'll re write it for you.

Lee.

-->
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it's been the default on every style I've used. My health website, online store website, and main website... all different styles. But thanks for the html to remove a border.

So... it's not Yola's default? Instead, the default of the template designer?
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I'm still debating though if I prefer the border or not.
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Hi Donald

It has nothing to do with the style or design. It's how the code behaves when you add a link to an image. This would be for any web-building application.
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I add links the same way as everyone else - I would think?

All I do is click on the image and click the insert link button then add url and click ok.
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Yep.. you're adding them correctly. This is how the code is set up to function. If you go to a different website building service, you will find the same behavior.