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  • Add the following to your stylesheet:

    .post a img { border: none; }

    This will removed the border for all images that are hyperlinks that are contained within a post.

    If you just want it for this specific case then you could add the following attribute to the image tag:

    <img style="border: none;" .../>

    A neater way to achieve this would be to add a .digg class to your CSS:

    img.digg { border: none; }

    and add a class attribute to your image tag:

    <img class="digg" .../>

    Put this into the stylesheet for your chosen theme:

    p a img { border: none; }

    This removes the border for all images, within links, contained in paragraphs. Once you’ve done that, read this excellent tutorial for beginners.

    Well, really, unless you want some of your link images to have borders, the simplest way is to put this just under the body element in the stylesheet:

    img, img a {
    border: none
    }

    Wipes it for everything below, unless you specify it in a given element.

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