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I would like to know how to display my image frames in the classic grey color that WordPress uses by default. I believe that all of my post images have frames, but for some reason, they aren’t visible.
Thank you in advance.
Flora & Fauna doesn’t display borders around images but you could add some with a bit of CSS.
border: 3px solid gray;
Let me know how that works! If I haven’t understood what you’re trying to do, if you could point me to an example on another blog, that would help me understand. :)
I just tried that, but didn’t get the result I was expecting.
Instead of a border, I would like images to be displayed with a frame (I don’t know if that’s the technical term for it) like the ones shown in this post (not the first image, but the other ones):
Actually, I wrote this entry and when I added the images, the frames were automatically displayed. But I guess the reason is that it uses a different theme.
Hope I made myself clear.
Thanks again! :)
Ah, yes. That theme does that around captions. Try the following in your CSS:
border: 1px solid #f0f0f0;
padding: 5px 3px 10px;
Yay! It worked like a charm!
Thank you so much. :)
You’re very welcome!
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