Due to my meager abilities I have some (hopefully simple) questions about automatically creating image borders for posts within my modified kubrick themed blog.
The goal is to implement image borders with rounded corners for all posts on my WP site – well, at least all of the post that have images. The result will hopefully be close to what they have achieved on the Lifehacker.com site. Ideally this formatting of images would occur automatically – not having to repeat in each post.
It appears there are a number of approaches to address this dilema. Other solutions I’ve seen had 3 seperate elements involved; html, css & actual images. I have a few questions on each one:
When adding the css rules, should this be done in the styles.css file? Since this rule should only to apply as previously stated, is there additional coding that needs to be entered?
Must the HTML go in each post or could it be placed in one of the templates (which one) to avoid repetition?
As long as it’s properly referenced, placing the image in the wp_content/images/ should work fine? Given that the images frequently have non-uniform dimensions, would a simple square (with rounded corners) work successfully?
If someone has any alternate ideas or resources that would be excellent. Sorry for the trivial questions, but any help provided would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
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