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Redoable lite, photos and link formatting

  1. We've been prepping a blog for the better part of a week and we're running into a weird problem with the Redoable Lite theme.
    Check out the following post:
    http://sporkalicious.wordpress.com/2009/03/19/test-post-1/

    What I'm trying to understand is why images with no alignment specified are somehow getting rendered with the dotted lines associated with HREFs (i.e, there is a dotted line under the image that changes color on hover, whether there's an HREF associated with that image or not).

    Here's the HTML for the two images at the top:

    <p><img style="display: inline" title="Cat1" alt="Cat1" src="$Cat1_thumb[2].jpg" width="156" height="240" /> </p>

    <p><img style="display: inline" title="Cat1" alt="Cat1" align="left" src="$Cat1_thumb[4].jpg" width="156" height="240" /></p>

    I've been poking around the CSS for several days and I can't figure out why adding an align attribute (e.g, align="left") would affect this.

    Does anyone have any idea what's going on here? I'm happy to pay for a CSS upgrade if I can just figure out how to fix this!

    Any thoughts?

    The blog I need help with is sporkalicious.wordpress.com.

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