Generally, it's a good idea to include a 'reset' block at the top of your CSS file. (You can find a ton just googling things like "CSS Global Reset Code" etc) border: 0 is usually included in those, as well as a ton of other little changes that make coding a crap ton less of a headache.
Works wonders for browser support as well, considering the big browsers live in their own little worlds and arbitrarily decide what to set as a default, instead of establishing (and obeying) an overall standard.
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