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  • I inserted an image into my about page. In the edit mode there is no border (rectangular) on the image. But when you publish it and then browse to the page, there is a border around the image. I can’t figure out how to eliminate it.

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  • Normally when you add a image it creates a link so in edit mode click on image and click unlink icon in editor.

    OK. If I unlink the image what next?

    To make myself clear, I am not trying to eliminate the image. I want to eliminate the border that appears when it is published to the internet. The image itslef has not border.

    Yes I know that border is there as its link once you take link out there should not be border post your url so we can see your page.

    I broke the link but the border is still there. At least in my browser.

    Are you sure that is url as I am getting 404

    It is, but try going to and then clicking on the About button in the menu (top right)

    No I am still getting 404 takes me Yahoo search
    Sorry, the page you were looking for could not be found

    Showing related results for:

    Please put the word dustcatchers in google search bar and search should come up on the first page. Try clicking on the link.


    I did that and looks like there must be something wrong with wordpress that gives me 404 can you log in your admin ok did you do anything to cause the problem.

    I can browse to the site using Firefox. I also tried from my wife’s computer and hers browses to it fine.

    It seems like you are being blocked. It could be the cashe at your ISP.

    If it is not too much trouble could you try from a proxy server?

    I do not know how I can be blocked if I did not try and log in on sever all I try to do is go to your website

    May some other give a input if they can go on your website.

    I ran my site through diagnosis at and everything is loading fine. I would let your ISP know. They can try clearing their cache.

    When you add an href to an image, it will have this border unless you define a style in CSS and apply it or simply add inline style style="border-width: 0px"

    For what it’s worth, I can’t access your site either. Checked with:

    Appears to be a DNS problem.

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