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  • Resolved lowlights

    (@lowlights)


    Y’all were so quick to spot my last problem – here’s what I hope is a simple one.

    My header-block (Mike’s Journalized Theme) simply has my “logo.gif” in it. I made this a hypertext link – but it has the blue line around it – as an image will.

    I can’t for the life of me figure out where in the CSS file this can be turned off. I guess I can’t figure out which a:link code controls here.

    Or is there style I can add that will knock it out (here, and possibly elsewhere if I use other images for links – as I do in Column B).

    Once again: http://www.lowlights-now.com/content/

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  • yosemite

    (@yosemite)

    In your layout.css, below #headerblock try adding the following:

    #headerblock img {border: none;}

    lowlights

    (@lowlights)

    That so did it! I thought I needed to change some a:link code. I would never have thought to change an “img” code.

    If there were a button on WordPress.org to send a nice fruit basket, I would do it immediately.

    yosemite

    (@yosemite)

    Welcome!

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