Support » Fixing WordPress » Image borders – some with and some without?

  • Hi all,
    Now I’m sure that this can be done, however, I don’t really know how!
    At the moment I have borders around all the images in posts as defined by the css.
    However, I would like to exclude borders on certain images (just the odd few) if possible.
    I can imagine that I could have some kind of .border kind of thing in the css that overrides the other border code if I use a class=border kind of thing within the post?
    Does that make any sense to anyone???
    Is it possible? If so…how?
    Thanks for looking in people.
    Reevo

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  • In order to add borders or take borders away for specific images, just add it in your post. Use the border=”0″ tag to take away or border=”1″ to add.
    It adds a bit more typing but should produce the results you want. If you use it frequently you could add a quicktag…
    It’s one option anyway 🙂

    mmm, doesn’t seem to do the trick either

    img.no-border {
    border: none !important;
    }

    Link, please. 🙂

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