Scale your website images

I just noticed that if you scale an image using width= and height= attributes of the img tag, Firefox 3.6 will (sometimes) put a thin border on the top and left of the image – something that you can’t get rid of with CSS/styling.

Weird – but a good rule seems to be scale your images to the correct size before using them in HTML.

This is different from the “border around link images” issue – which is easy enough to get around by using
border-style: none in CSS.

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