Slide Show border
A number of months ago someone from the forum provided a solution that basically “whites out” the back border around slide-shows.
I’d like to implement the same solution on the referenced blog, but can’t find the code.
Can that kind someone please help again?
The blog I need help with is fayence.wordpress.com.
If you have purchased a custom design upgrade so you can do the required CSS editing see here > https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/changing-background-color-on-new-slideshow-feature?replies=5#post-451875
If you have not purchased the custom design upgrade then see here > http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2010/04/16/custom-frame-around-slideshow/
I must be doing it wrong because the black border is still there.
Do I remove the “#” before I insert “fff” (My page is white so a white border will make it look like there is no border).
Do I do this in all 3 spots?
Do I press Shift/Enter with the cursor to the right of [slideshow]? Or just press Enter?
No the # must be there and there must be no space following it.
There’s 2 #HEXF and one #HEXB…which one do I change to #fff?
<p style=”width:100%;height:450px;margin-top:-475px;color:#HEXF;background-color:#HEXF;border:1px solid #HEXB;position:relative;z-index:1;”>-</p>
I got it!
I used the following…remembered where I had saved this code.
<p style=”width: 100%; height: 480px; margin-top: -500px; color: #fff; background-color: #fff; position: relative; z-index: 1;”>-</p>
Good for you! That looks great now.
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