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jerryb
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The relavent CSS

#newslist { display none; position relative; left 25px; width 100px; border solid 2px #b54905 }
#nlist { border-color transparent; outline-style none }

The Code involved -----------------------------
<div onmouseout="chgdsplay(newslist)" id="newslist">
<div id="nlist">

<a id="USNews" href="http//www.usnews.com">US News and World Report</a><br>

<a id="Time Magazine" href="http//www.time.com/time/">Time Magazine</a><br>

<a id="Newsweek" href="http//www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3032542/site/newsweek/">Newsweek</a><br>

<a id="Washington post" href="www.washingtonpost.com">Washington Post</a><br>

<a id="New York Times" href="www.nytimes.com">New York Times</a><br>

<a id="Fox News" href="http//www.foxnews.com">Fox News</a><br>

<a id="CNN News" href="http//www.Cnn.com/">CNN News</a><br>
<a id="Wall Street Journal" href="http//online.wsj.com/public/us">Wall Street Journal</a>

</div>
</div>

The Problem
Browser = IE

I thought the way I did the CSS would place the borders around the Newslist Div but instead the borders appear surrounding each of the anchor tags in side the Nlist Div. The NList CSS appears to have no effect. Display property is toggled. to inline FYI

Thanks -- a confused newbie

jbbrwcky
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Borders where I don't want them

Change the display to block

Jbbrwcky