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  • neodan

    (@neodan)


    All my images have borders in them and I can’t find out why. I manually do border=”0″ and go in the advanced settings in the image when I click on it in visual mode. Still no luck.

    My blog is: this

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  • blogmum

    (@blogmum)

    In your stylesheet, find this bit:

    #content img {
    	border: #BBBBBB 1px solid;
    	padding: 2px;
    }

    and get rid of the border line.

    neodan

    (@neodan)

    Thanks!

    Kudos.

    neodan

    (@neodan)

    Ok, well, I took that out and it still didn’t work 😡

    Any other tips?

    blogmum

    (@blogmum)

    Yeah, you seem to have two ?identical? stylesheets going on on your blog.
    http://danburtan.com/wp-content/themes/naturalpower/style.php
    also has #content img {
    border: #BBBBBB 1px solid;
    padding: 2px;
    }

    in it. Try removing that too.

    You might want to look at how your CSS is organised because you’re only going to end up in a mess as things stand. Maybe your theme has some kind of clever CSS editing functions, I don’t know, but calling two stylesheets for the same elements is just asking for trouble IMHO.

    neodan

    (@neodan)

    Thank you for taking the time. Fixed. I will look in to the CSS

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