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    Do we still need to use border="0" for images?

    You know the src="path" border="0" for a link, to we still need to include the zero or has that been depreciated?

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    It hasn't been depreciated because it never cost anything in the first place and only assets over a given value need to be depreciated rather than written off.

    It has been deprecated as such things should now be specified in the CSS.

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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.

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    I haven't seen that in a while. So I'm going with felgall and say its deprecated.

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    thanks its good to know that


 

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