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CSS border for image.   Either remove border or make it white!

Posted on 2012-03-31
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Please look at this page:

http://rickythealien.com/index.php/odudecardshow/9/18

I am trying to either remove the black border from around the large image ("App Addict" or at least change the border to black.

The css for the border is 1 pixel and the css does not declare the color (so far as I can tell).  

So what I want via css modification is either a "border="0 px" or "border-color=#ffffff"

Here's my attempt at the css (which is not working):


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div.box img {
      border: 0px;
border-color: ffffff;
}
Thanks

Rowby
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This will get rid of the image border.

.box img {

   border: none;

}
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Works!

Bravo!

Thanks!

Rowby
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