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    I read in a thread how to change the sidebar to another color, which I switched to white. But then I still had a border between the post and the sidebar, and my widget I added as an html text box has a strange border around it. When I changed my HTML text box to have the same exact background color as the slider, it still didn’t take. http://coolseasongardening.com/

    I don’t have a border in the HTML, yet the theme is adding one,

    <table width=”100%” border=”0″ cellpadding=”0″>


    <td align=”center” bgcolor=”#f7f8f9″>Facebook</td>



    How can I either A. make the entire sidebar white so I don’t have to worry about background colors, or B. stop having something I add as a widget text box surrounded by strange borders?





    Hi BillThorness,

    First, you’ll need to add the following to the bottom of your style.css to remove the background images from you sidebar and make sure it has a white background:

    .sidebar, .sidebar_top, .sidebar_bottom {
    background-image: none !important;
    background-color: white;

    Second, the theme is adding a border to your image so if you want to remove it you’ll need to add this to the bottom of your style.css:

    .sidebar #text-2 a img {
    border: none;

    That should do it! Sorry about the delay by the way. We are still catching up from an overflow on the weekend.




    Thank you! That did the trick!


    Glad Devin was able to help!



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