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Auto Table Hot columns display problem

Auto Table Hot columns display problem

Auto Table Hot columns display problem

Greetings guys.

I am a user of Drumbeat 2000 and I've done a lot of great websites with it.

However, improving my graphic skills, I installed an autotable related to an access database.

I discovered that when I put a link from a hot column, I cannot get rid of the underline for each cell of the hot column.

I then decided to add another column filled with pictures to avoid further problems with underlined links. It surrounds my picture in blue and in purple once the link has been used once.

My problem is that usually, we can modify links attributes either via the template attributes or by using independent attributes for every page.

However, none of em give results. I still have that same old blue line surrounding all my pictures.

I enclosed a link here to help you understand what I am talking about: this is the page where my problem is.

If anybody know a solution, please share it. I've tried a lot of stuff but nothing worked.

Thnx very much.


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