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Does anyone know why a border is shown when a user hovers over one of the images?
http://www.segers-cv.be/centrale-verwarming.html

I don't understand Puzzled

a img {border: 0px;}

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Hi webman81, It's

Hi webman81,
It's actually,
main.css line 348

a:hover, a:active {
background-color: #0088cf;

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That code needs to remain,

That code needs to remain, how can I solve this for the images only?
When I set the background-color to transparent, the problem remains.

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You have to find some way to

You have to find some way to target just the links with images in them.
Look at what contains the links, or give the links a class.

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what is the point

What is the point in having background color as blue on rollover?