I know this probably isn't the right place to ask these kinds of favors, but as I really can't get around it I had to try. Sorry guys.

I have a CSS template for a website in Joomla. I managed to edit everything I needed except for the border of images in the articles. It is too thick for my taste and I can't find anything similar to img {border:10px} so I could edit it.

Please help me with this. Here is the link to the template http://www.tobacamp.com/download/batik_hijau.zip

  • You need to provide a link to a site using that template if we are to see what CSS rule in the cascade that is messing with you. Jens Hedqvist almost 7 years ago

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BPartch 342
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To further what the original answerer said. It could be a background color with some padding.

I found this on line #554 of joomla.css.

#col1 p img,#teaser img{margin:4px; padding:7px;background:#3a1a2c}

Try lowering the padding to your desired amount. :)

Answered almost 7 years ago by BPartch
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I haven't downloaded the file, but perhaps look for a padding:10px of the image with a background: that makes it look like a border.

Answered almost 7 years ago by Andy Zhang