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remove image border?

  1. I was wondering if it was possible to remove the image border for images inserted into posts?

    I am currenly using the 'benevolence' theme and at present, inline text in posts is too close to the image. I figured simply adding my own white space borders would be a decent workaround, but wordpress insists on adding a border around my images.

    Incidently, I have purchased the css upgrade....

    any ideas?

  2. What you can do is in the Text Editor, first click on the picture. Then on the image icon that says Insert/Edit image. There you can change some things like border (fill in 0).

    I hope this works for you.

  3. I very simple an elegant solution that I should have picked up on! Thanks for your help donpietro!

  4. Sweet! Thanks for the help donpietro.

  5. I had the exact same problem being a beginner too and it works. But now I am wondering how to find more help on the values that can be used for border...like if i want a black border, a blue one, none...etc Ideas?

  6. For changing the color of the border: first you have to change to "code" mode in the edit area. You will see something like:
    <img src="http://yourblogname.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/yourpicture.gif" border="4"/> this is a 4 pixel border Now add a <font color> tag:
    <font color=red><img src="http://yourblogname.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/yourpicture.gif" border="4"/></font> This displays a red border.
    Note: Color and border tags are actually deprecated nowadays; one should use StyleSheets...

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