- Netscape uses a non-zero value for the BORDER attribute by default.
Setting the value to zero eliminates the border.
- Mosaic honors the BORDER attribute, but treats it as a binary setting -
if present and set to a non-zero value, a thin, hyperlink color line is drawn around the image.
- Notes on the BORDER attribute in Netscape: This attribute has
been supported since version 1.0, but some changes have happened.
It looks like the attribute was NOT supported in version 2.0 at all, but support
returned in 3.0. In version 6.0, the default border color for borders is black,
not the document hyperlink color as is the case in other Netscape versions.