Couple of questions

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Question #1: When I use the Link Wizard to add a link, the dropdown box has all the links I've added in the past. While a few of these I do reuse sometimes, the rest are one time only. Is there a way to delete these, but keep the ones I want? Or at least delete everything, even if it means losing the ones I do reuse?

Question #2: I have my DOCTYPE set to HTML5, and the Code tab as well. But whenever I add an image via the right-click menu, it adds a border="0" attribute to the IMG tag, which causes an error when I validate because border= is deprecated in HTML5. So I have to erase it every time. How do I stop it from being added in the first place?
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1. While the program was closed, I did it by editing in Notepad++ the links.ini file, which on my computer is in the following folder -
C:\Users\Frank\AppData\Roaming\CoffeeCup Software\CoffeeCup HTML Editor\Settings.

2. I haven't managed to reproduce this in version 16.1 build 808. If that is the version and build in use, perhaps others can reproduce it and help.

Frank
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I also tried adding images by right clicking plus any other ways, but that border=0 didn't appear. I have the same version of the Editor as Frank.
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Thank you Frank! That did the trick.

Still have the border= problem. Version 16.1 808.
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I still haven't managed to replicate the border matter, but in trying to do so I found that the settings folder (containing the links.ini etc. files) can be accessed easily within the program -
Tools > Preferences ... > Customization tab > Open Settings Folder button.

Next to that button is the 'Open Markup Library' button. Using Notepad++ to open the img.tag item in the HTML5 folder shows the following for me. If Frederick's is different, that may be what's causing the problem.

"img", "<img />", ""
"alt", "none", "text"
"src", "none", "text"
"usemap", "none", "text"
"ismap", "none", "flag"
"width", "none", "text"
"height", "none", "text"

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Following Frank's research in the preferences, I opened the img tag in the other html versions listed, and they all had the border tag, plus a lot more, included. So maybe some wires have got crossed in there? If so, a cleanout and re-download and re-install would fix it, I guess.
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Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: https://eikweb.com/horgenhonning/
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