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Images in Widget have border in Twenty Ten

  1. Not sure where to post this - widget or theme? Anyway, using TwentyTen, and my images are appearing in widgets with a white border, sort of like the old fashion snapshot. Actually I noticed that some in the body of my blog also have a border - but some don't. I use several other themes for private or nonsearchable blogs and this border around images never comes up here.

    How do I make the border around images not be there? When I searched the forum, a post about a different theme mentioned using HTML. I only know a little about that and couldn't tell where I would apply that in a widget, so if that is part of the suggestion, I need a bit more guidance as to how/where/what to do with it, please & thanks!

    Is there a way to make the borders go away as a default, so I don't have to fiddle with each image?

    Appreciate your help.

    The blog I need help with is jeannefaulconer.wordpress.com.

  2. Try leaving the caption field of the image widget blank.

    Refer .

    When a caption is used, the image and caption will have a border style added.

  3. Ah, that explains it! I like the look of the pictures without a border, but the journalist in me loves what captions can add, so looks like I'll have to choose! Not sure I would have ever figured this out. Thanks.

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