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[Resolved] How do I get rid of the boarder box around a header image

  • On my test site http://www.beachbum814.com you will see the logo for my “actual” site. I’m trying to remove the border box around it and have tried everything I can think of. Any one out there have any idea’s. The theme is Chateau.
    Thanks.
    Karlene

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  • in /css/dark.css

    #main-image img {
    	border: 1px solid #3e3e3e;
    }

    change it there or delete it.

    set the border to 0px.

    the only css I can find for dark.sss is in the functions.php
    I changed to :
    #main-image {
    border: none;
    padding-top: 0;
    still shows the grey lined box

    Thanks for the replies but neither worked.

    you might not be able to access /css/dark.css from dashboard -> appearance -> editor

    in which case you can add a new line to style.css (basically anywhere within the restriction of css syntax; maybe close to the /* Header Image */ styles) to overwrite the border;

    for example:

    #branding #main-image img {
    	border: none;
    }

    Thank you Thank you Thank you! That worked

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