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[resolved] Remove borders from image on site (6 posts)

  1. cwlavine
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Hi Ben,

    Love the plugin and wanting to find out how to remove the border from my product images and Captcha image.

    Currently, on my Contact Form 7, on my Right Captcha Image, it has the border around it. Also on my store page using WooCommerce, I have a border around it.

    Love the looks on my blog pictures and NexGen!

    What would I use to get rid of the border around my images on my Store Page and Contact page while keeping the rest of my pages with the border.

    Thanks!
    Cory

    http://corylavine.com/contact-form/
    http://corylavine.com/product/give-thanks/

  2. PixelKoi
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    Hi Cory did you find a way to do it ?

  3. Mario Lamboglia
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Hi there!
    I had the same problem, but was able to solve this only by using "Plugin Organizer". Just disable the "Image Border" plugin in your contact form page or where you use recaptcha!
    Hope this helped!!

  4. swbusiness
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    I have the same question.
    "Plugin Organizer" looks like a good plugin but it doesn't do what I want here. It disables a plugin on a per page or post basis (can be very practical).

    On the SAME page I have one image that I want to keep the borders on, and other (like arrows, or a symbol) that I don't want to have a border on.

    By using Tnymce advanced can we put some css to that image??

    Any ideas??

  5. Mario Lamboglia
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi,
    another way to solve the issue is to remove from the "Image Border" core file the !important property. Open the "wp-image-borders.php" file and remove all the !important properties to every tag. I'm using this now, without Plugin Organizer due to the same problem you said. Now to apply another specific style to your immage use custom css (if your theme doesn't already have this module you can use many plugins allowing this, e.g. CSS Plus or Simple Custom CSS) or simply attach the tag to your theme main style sheet (but in this way, after each theme update you need to add those tags again). Just create a new CSS Class, attach it to the whole theme or single page/post (depending on the chosen plugin) and specify this class in the image advanced option (first add normally the image to the post/page,then open the image properties and go to the advanced option tab).
    However the use and effect of this style property is related to your theme style sheet.
    ;)

  6. Ben Sibley
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 months ago #

    Hey everyone,

    I just updated the plugin so you can do this now. You can check off a box to apply the borders to all images in all posts, and/or you can use specific CSS classes to target your images.

    @Cory, I can't see your site right now, but as an example, you could just use a class from the nextgen container and the borders would be only applied to images in that container.

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