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  • #8052

    How to set borders around the images

    #60145

    anyone…?

    #60146

    Hey,

    add following code to css/custom.css and adjust the padding value + background color value:

    .slideshow_container {
    padding: 5px;
    background-color: #333;
    }

    #60147

    hi Dude

    … and how to set padding and margin around images inside the “content area” and “mini contenta area”?

    great theme!

    thanks

    #60148

    Hey,

    maurodeluca, could you link to your page and specify which images? This way we’re certain what we’re talking about.

    #60149

    .slideshow_container {

    padding: 5px;

    background-color: #333;

    }

    I have added that but that’s not working

    #60150

    Did you clear your browser cache? Sometimes the old stylesheets are cached and you can’t see the changes.

    #60151

    The issue is still in unsolved, that’s not the Firefox problem.

    I found that code in slideshow.css but changing values doesn’t make a differences.

    .dont_crop_images .bgwidth { height: 100%; left:50%; top:50%; width:auto;}

    .dont_crop_images .bgheight { width: 100%; left:50%; top:50%; height:auto; }

    Can someone help me with adding this border. The thick is to add his border only to non-croping images.

    #60152

    I’m not sure which images you want to change. If you’d like to change the bg slideshow like it’s displayed here: http://www.artifot.pl/site/?page_id=390&lang=en you can try following code:

    .avia_fullscreen_slider.dont_crop_images{
    border: 3px solid #333;
    }

    to add borders. You can change the color value, etc. if you like.

    #60153

    Thanks Dude!

    .avia_fullscreen_slider.dont_crop_images {border: 20px solid #fff; } partly works, but only on top and left of the picture. ( http://www.artifot.pl/site/?page_id=390&lang=en )

    How to make border around each side of the picture?

    #60154

    Anyone?

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