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I have a div with a bunch of image tags inside, here is an example:
<div style="margin: 0; padding: 0; border: 0;"> <a href="/view/foo1"><img src="foo1.jpg" alt="Foo1" /></a> <a href="/view/foo2"><img src="foo2.jpg" alt="Foo2" /></a> <a href="/view/foo3"><img src="foo3.jpg" alt="Foo3" /></a> </div>
Because there is whitespace between the tags, browsers will display some whitespace between the images (Chrome decides on 4px). How can I tell the browser to show NO whitespace whatsoever between the images, without placing the > and < directly next to each other? I know letter-spacing applies in addition to what the browser decides to use, so that’s useless even with a negative value. Basically I’m going for something like Twitter has at the bottom of their home page. I looked at their code and they’re using an unordered list. I could just do that but I’d like the technical explanation for why there appears to be no way to eliminate the white space from between these images.