Image for usage statistics needs styling and transparency
Just agreed to let YARPP track usage statistics in my WordPress site, and it appears to do that (at least in part) by adding a 1-pixel image to the page. This would be okay, except that I have default styles for images, one of which is a thick, black border. So the YARPP image shows up as a black square with a dot in the middle.
I think you should add a style attribute to the YARPP image that sets the border to “none”. You may also want to set padding and margin to zero. Like so:
style="border: none; padding: 0; margin: 0"
You may also want to consider adding the following styles:
- text-decoration: none
- display: inline
Finally, the image should be transparent. The 1-pixel image on my blog is a specific color, one that’s different than the background color. So I can see it, which is not really okay.
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