Support » Theme: Gridiculous » Image boarders

  • Dear,

    I am working on a new website.

    Eagle-Vision 1

    But I need to remove the boarders around the images on the main page as well as on this one:

    Eagle-Vision 2

    So how do I remove this in the style.css?
    I have been trying the …/Eagle-Vision/wp-content/themes/gridiculous/style.css file, but I can’t seem to find both of them.
    Frankly I do not want any border for any image in any page.

    Could you help me out?

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  • You should not be making changes in the style.css file directly – rather use a Child Theme or custom CSS plugin such as JetPack. Otherwise your changes will be overwritten when the theme is updated. Once you have that set up, using a tool such as Firebug will show you the CSS code to add to the new CSS section and make the changes there. In this case, try this code:

    article img, .home-widget img {
       border: 0;
       padding: 0;

    I have no clue what you are saying with the Child Theme lol.

    I installed JetPack, and (this is translated) went to the Custom CSS and clicked learn more. Then I cliked the Edit CSS. Here I get an error that I do not have the rights to access the page.

    Also I cannot connect it to wordpress because there is a self signed certificate.

    Theme Author c.bavota


    You can learn about child themes here:

    Creating a Child Theme in WordPress

    As for Jetpack, if you have installed it and configured it correctly, you should have access to the Custom CSS editor admin page.

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