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Help with CSS image property

Please visit www.mwebvev.com/wa.html. Look at the headshot image on the lower right of the page.You'll see the top and bottom green borders which I added through CSS. Then look at the logo at the top of the page. I DO NOT want the top and bottom borders on the logo image, but I can't figure out why the tag is bleeding over to the logo image. How can I change my CSS to keep the borders only on the headshot image? Thanks guys.
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isaacr25
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isaacr25
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Your link doesn't work.
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isaacr25Author Commented:
Ahh sorry. It's www.mwebdev.com/wa.html
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Eric BourlandCommented:
In your style sheet, look for class="field-content" and id="header". You should be able to set image properties in each class. (You're building this in Drupal, and I can't quite tell which style sheet you will need to edit, because Drupal creates many stylesheets.)

#header img  {
border:none;
}

.field-content  img {
border-top: 5px solid #87a069;
border-bottom: 5px solid #87a069;
}

Try that?

Eric
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