Image Borders

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  • #329329

    thepuglover
    Member

    I want to had a border to my image but I am having difficulty in doing this!

    The blog I need help with is puglover.org.

    #329592

    thepuglover
    Member

    *add

    #329663

    thepuglover
    Member

    could i please have some assistance? Thankyou.

    #329664

    Please paste the exact URL of your blog when asking questions here – or link your nickname to your blog as explained in the Sticky 8 Things to Know. We cannot answer without that.

    (And what type of border?)

    #329665

    thepuglover
    Member

    puglover.org!
    a border with double lines in html or css or whateva

    #329666

    http://puglover.org/

    After this
    <img
    add this (with a space before and after):
    style="border:6px double #000000;"
    You can change the px number, if you want it thicker, and of course the color number (my example is pitch black).

    #329667

    thepuglover
    Member

    THANKYOU SO MUCH!!
    You are an awesome helper!
    You should get helper of the year award lol.

    Sorry for the spam and such!
    I wish there was some way we could edit our posts on this forum..

    #329668

    By the way, re your spilling-past-the-posts-area strip: Is that intentional? I understand the bubbles would be illegible if you scale it down to fit, but maybe a column instead of a row would be better.

    #329699

    thepuglover
    Member

    I do not understand what you are saying..
    But it sounds as if what you are saying might be valuable if I could understand it.
    Could you please rephrase?

    #329700

    Hi!

    You had a post with a strip that was wider than the main posts area, and it looked ugly because it protruded way past the right border of the post (in the meantime you’ve switched to another theme, in which overlong images get cut off). My idea was that you edit the strip in an image editing application to turn it into a series of three images arranged vertically instead of horizontally.

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