That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..
Wut about this.
I see that often in the code..
It's a function drawing an outline then filling it with a transparent image. Again, it's a kind of spacer...
I just googled for transparent.gif, wanna see one?.
Tats a friken bigass transparent gif lol.
So wuts the outline used for..
And wuts the diff if using it or not using it..
Wuts the link for I dont get it.
It shows lie a map of some place.
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It's used to annoy 56K and sometimes IE users who often are presented with a big, ugly bordered 'entity.' would have made for a more universal spacer in most instances...
Wut is it used for and is it important?..
1 x 1 pixel transparent gifs are probably the most common image on the internet. They're used as "filler" images. So you can define an image, say 20 x 20 pixels, stick the transparent gif in it and you've got an invisible spacer...