Sidebar widgets: How do I get remove the borders?

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  • #296662

    jcryle
    Member

    I have the MistyLook theme and have paid for the upgrade for CSS. How exactly do I remove the solid color that goes around my various logos within my widgets? Here is what I am referring to: http://kowalkerjourney.com/ Please help. Thanks.

    #296809

    vivianpaige
    Member

    Try setting the border to none or 0 (I forget which works)

    #296831

    @thekowalkerjourney: Are you referring to the blue border that only shows up in Internet Explorer, or to the light grey background the theme produces?

    In the first case (the one Vivian thought about) you add this to the image code (after “img” or after the URL, with a space inbetween):

    border=”0″

    In the second case (CSS change) Vivian might also help you – I don’t know CSS.

    #296841

    vivianpaige
    Member

    I wouldn’t do it through CSS because AFAIK it would change the border on all images. (Which is why I went with the border thingee.) I also didn’t mention that breaking the link removes the border, but in this case, you wouldn’t want to do that because the pictures link elsewhere.

    #296843

    rosclarke
    Member

    You should be able to set the CSS just to remove the border in the sidebar, or individual widgets. I removed the border from my RSS feed image, for instance.

    #296886

    Well the OP hasn’t responded: the blue border or the grey background?

    #296954

    jcryle
    Member

    I use Firefox and it’s the blue border around a number of my pictures/logos widgets in my sidebar.

    #296961

    @thekowalkerjourney: Thanks. Corrected?

    #297021

    jcryle
    Member

    Sorry for the late response. Yes, corrected. All is good. As always, thanks for the help.

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