adding image border and how to show the photo directly not clicking “read on”?

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  • #162349

    marietk
    Member

    hey there!
    i know that if i want to give a 1px black border to the photo, then i have to write
    img { border: 1px solid black; }
    somewhere. but where to?=D and how can i set my photos directly visible at the first place, not clicking “read on” and then just see this certain blog post and the photos belonging there.
    thanks for

    #162460

    kimik0
    Member

    It goes like this:
    <img src="..." style="border:1px solid black" /> where you replace … with the URL of the image of course.
    If you have the CSS upgrade, you can put that style into your CSS file somewhere, but take care to apply it only to the photos, or you’ll end up adding borders to lots of things you don’t want them around.

    What do you mean by “how can i set my photos directly visible at the first place, not clicking “read on” and then just see this certain blog post and the photos belonging there”?

    #162462

    marietk
    Member

    thanks for the swift response!=)
    oh dear me! I still don’t understand quite much, but I’ll give a try.
    and I mean that.. look http://www.talkingmarie.wordpress.com
    there is my first quite experimental post, just one picture and not lots of talking, but you can’t see the photo unless you click that “read on”, then you can see that certain post only and also the picture which goes to the story I tell. otherwise.. without clickin that “read on” you cannot see that photo.. do you know what I mean?=D

    #162497

    marietk
    Member

    ok im okay now! thanks!=)

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