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Removing borders from images

    I've recently changed my blog theme to the lovely "FOREVER" template and find that all my images - even thumbnails - have a border, whether they are links or not.
    Is there any way I can remove the borders? I have some small knowledge of HTML.
    Thank you...

    The blog I need help with is

  2. If you have the custom design upgrade, they can be removed from all images with CSS.

    Otherwise you will have to edit each image from within the post or page editor and add the following to the image code in the HTML editor.

    style="border: none; background: none;"

    To where the opening part of the image code looks like this

    <img style="border: none; background: none;" [REST OF IMAGE CODE HERE]

  3. Success!
    Many thanks @thesacredpath - you score, as usual...
    ~ miriam louisa

  4. You are welcome.

  5. @thesacredpath

    First of all - thanks for all the help I've already gleaned from your posts in forums. I'm a CSS newly and am learning a ton.

    I'm having the same issue as above - I have the design upgrade, but I'm having trouble locating the applicable section of code to change. Can you give me an idea what I should be looking for?

    Any help would be appreciated!

    The Slow Foods Mama

  6. Nevermind, I figured it out! Thanks anyway for all your help! Help like yours is saving me tons of money on professionals!



  7. @punkybee
    Please post an active link starting with http:// to the blog wearing the Forever theme that you want help with CSS editing for.

  8. @timethief

    I'm working on . I got most of the borders out, but can't get rid of them from the image map with my social media links or the RSS feed widget image in the sidebar.

    Thanks for the help - such a learning curve!

  9. Thanks for that link. I don't help with CSS editing but Staff do. Best wishes with your site.

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