[SOLVED] Blue 'link' border round images

A while ago my web hosts FreeVirtualServers asked me to migrate my site away from the rapidly bloating install of Joomla and over to WordPress. Since then I have been quite happily tapping away in Safari on my MacBook without a care in the world, until I spotted one of my best friends Carly’s laptop as she was reading my blog. To my horror all of my blog posts pictures had ugly blue hyperlink borders around them. Now, with my background in HTML and PHP development I knew this would be a stylesheet setting somewhere.

So I jumped into my FTP client of choice, and went on the hunt for a CSS file. WordPress uses CSS sheets per template (as you’d expect) so I had to hunt down the one in question. As I am currently sporting the iTech theme by Zack, so I headed straight to that theme’s folder (/public_html/wp-content/themes/itech) sure enough there it was, the CSS file in question.

So I browsed down to the bottom of the file and added this small bit of code:

Saved the file, uploaded it and voila! It’s all done, back looking as good as new once again!

Mike Hudson

Mike Hudson is a Lead Cyber Security Analyst living and working in Kingston Upon Hull. With extensive experience in Microsoft and Apple technologies, ranging from desktop OS’s to Server OS’s and hardware. By day working as part of an infrastructure team, and by night ridding the world of IT issues through blog posts..

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