Image Border

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    Hello. The feature enabling the addition of a border to an image seems to have disappeared (previously found under the “advanced” tab when editing an image on a page or blog). Is this feature now no longer available at all (which would be a disappointment) or is there another way of doing this, please? Thanks in anticipation of your help. Russell

    The blog I need help with is


    Yes, I am looking for this, too! This used to work!!!

    (Getting so sick of services removing features that worked just fine.)


    Actually I want to use it to _remove_ the border around the pictures, but it was at the same place. Now I can’t find ‘advanced’ at all, can you?



    There’s horrifically long thread that may contain an answer for you here Apparently a plugin has been developed to restore what we lost but when it will be implemented is unknown at this time



    Yes indeed it does and I have been hard pressed not to publish a rant on this “upgrade” that has created such havoc. ;)


    Well, you just spared _me_ an enormous rant, thank you again. It worked!

    Copying the solution here for others to find.

    Add style=”border:0″ to the image tag in the Text Editor:

    <img style=”border:0″ class=… />


    Thanks for the advice …but the link refers to the use of plug-ins; as a user I cannot cannot install these. Reading the thread referenced by “timethief” suggests that the border function is now no longer available to users …and that’s a shame :(



    Th thread I referenced is about Staff here at installing a plugin into this mulituser blogging platform that will restore all the advanced image editing functions we bloggers had before again.

    In the meanwhile try what manuschwendener posted at


    Thanks for the quick response but despite following the instructions provided by “manuschwendener” (ie in the Text Editor add <img style=”border:0″ class=… />) I still do not have a border. I must be doing something wrong :(


    Yes: you need to write <img style=”border:1” class= … /> to get a border with a width of 1 pixel. Change the 1 to another number if you want the border to be wider. The 0 is to _remove_ the border.


    @manuschwendener and @time thief
    Adding the code “style=”border:1” wasn’t working; then I worked out that by adding “style=”border: 1px solid black” I was able to place a border around the picture. I hope this helps others with the same problem. Thank you both for your prompt and excellent advice. Russell :)


    glad to see you got it to work :)



    Yay! Thanks for sharing that good news.



    Hi there,

    Just an update, I have great news.

    Our developers have added border and margin options to the Advanced Options as seen in the screenshot below:

    Screen Shot

    Cheers and Happy Blogging!


    Wow! That’s an impressive turnaround in response to a query on the forum. Thank you! Russell


    Thank you.






    @rootjosh great news, really. Thank you! :)



    Believe me, I was glad to see it as well.

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