Support » Theme: MH Magazine lite » “Hiding” Table Borders

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    First, a rave: MH Magazine lite is a dream to use. It looks great, is customizable and adaptable, and can be configured a million ways so that it looks different no matter how many websites you use it on.

    But I have a question:

    I’m migrating a client’s old website from static HTML to WordPress with MH Magazine lite as the theme, and I’ve noticed that tables are rendering with borders.

    Here’s an example page (the tables begin about halfway down the page):

    https://sfradiomuseum.com/audio/sherwood

    I’ve run through the old HTML code and can’t find anything that calls out the borders to be visible, so I’m wondering if it’s something in the theme’s CSS that’s forcing this to happen.

    Any assistance in finding and eliminating it would be appreciated!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Hi,

    thanks for using MH Magazine lite and we’re happy that you like the theme. 🙂

    You can get rid of the table borders with a line of CSS:

    table, td, th { border: none; }

    You can add custom CSS code in your WordPress dashboard under Appearance => Customize => Additional CSS or by using plugins for adding code snippets.

    That worked perfectly!

    I always appreciate your tremendous customer support!

    DJ

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