Add Borders to Images

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Inbuilt blog editors make it relatively easy to insert and position images in posts but you can add some additional styling elements and make them more interesting.

The WordPress insert image screen (Appearance tab) allows you to add inline styling for individual images In Blogger you have to enter the CSS styling manually. If you have a particular style that you are going to use regularly it is simpler to add the a class to your CSS styling. I will explain this more as I go along.

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WordPress Insert Image Screen

Firstly I will show you how to just add a simple border to your images and then I will build on this to create some different effects.

Simple Border

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Inline styling

The html for an image with a solid border, 1px in width, color #FF0000:

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
style="border:1px solid  #FF0000;"  />

Blogger - Add your image as usual and in your post html edit tab add all the colored code above after the image location and before the />

WordPress – In the ‘Insert Image’ window (Appearance tab) – enter the width of border you require to the ‘Border’ box (1 in this example).

This will produce a black border. To alter the color of the border enter border-color: #FF0000; in the Style box. (There is no need to add the code in orange (style=" and ")as this will be added automatically.) You can also add styling by editing in the post html window as in the instructions for Blogger above.

Add Code to Stylesheet

If you are going to use this same formatting regularly add a class to your CSS styling instead of the Inline method above (edit your style.css for WordPress, Layout/Edit html window in Blogger). Use a descriptive class name and you are more likely to remember it easily:

.border-red {border:1px solid #FF0000;}

When you want to use this border style – insert your image as usual and then add the the class in the html tab. From the example above:

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
class="border-red"  />

Border with padding

Follow the instructions as above but add padding to the outside of the image. The color between the image and the border will be the same as your post’s background color.

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Inline styling:

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
style="border:1px solid  #FF0000; padding:6px;"/>

or
Add to Stylesheet
CSS:

.border-padding {border:1px solid #FF0000; padding: 6px;}

HTML:

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
class="border-padding"  />

Border, Padding, Colored Background

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The same as the prior image except for the addition of a colored background:

Inline styling:

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
style="border:1px solid #5A750C; padding:6px;
background-color:#CCCCCC;" />

or
Add to Stylesheet
CSS:

.border-padback {border:1px solid #5A750C; padding:6px;
background-color:#CCCCCC;}

HTML:

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
class="border-padback"  />

Image Consistency

If you have various size images in a post you can standardize the size by adding borders and padding to smaller images to create an overall size matching your larger image. This time I have only included code for inlne styling as the padding will vary from image to image.

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Inline Styling

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
style="border:1px solid #FF0000; 
padding:40px 78px 40px 78px;" />

You could get a bit fancier by increasing the width of the border and adding background color:

image borders red maple

Inline Styling

<img src="http://www.imagesite.com/image.jpg" 
style="border:1px solid #FF0000; 
padding:35px 70px 35px 70px;
background-color:#F5F5F5;" />

I have not included the ‘alt’ tag in the html coding here for the sake of simplicity. It is always worth adding this for accessibility and search engine reasons. If you need to know more about this please read my post The Alt Attribute and Online Public Relations recent post Demystifying Accessibility Myths: The Alt Tag Attribute

 

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I am Sue Bride, a Professional Blogger, Web Developer and Internet Marketer from the Mornington Peninsula, Australia. Here I talk about tools and resources for Blogging, Social Media, Networking, Wordpress, SEO, Images and Marketing. I create Wordpress sites for charity and small business.
Categories Design and Coding, Images

134 Comments

  1. Posted June 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    thank you for posting this Sue I have been trawling the internet for simple coding to chnage my blogger borders.
    I discovered Piknik last night but I really wanted simple borders. :mrgreen:

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  2. Posted June 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    can I ask your advice about different comment applications for Blogger/Blogspot and what can I do to have the comment window open and click the commenters links.
    Presently it opens in the same window with a new tab -but only small window.It is so annoying to open complete new window.

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    • Posted June 5, 2008 at | Permalink

      The pop up comment windows are a nuisance aren’t they. I always use Firefox so cannot remember if the same problem occurs in IE.

      To control javascript popup windows in Firefox Go to: Options/Content/Enable JavaScript – Advanced button. Make sure “Allow scripts to: Move or resize existing windows” is not selected.

  3. Posted June 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    Sueblimey – great post – very clear.

  4. Posted June 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great post, another great tutorial that I can use for my website. I love the detail, thanks for the hard work.

  5. Posted June 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi Sue,
    Gee whiz please forgive me on being so late. Wow trying to do this in the truck is almost impossible.

    And DUH…I just figured out that I can click on the add you purchased and do a drop.

    Oh the blond sometines…LOLZ:-)

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  6. Posted June 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great post! And I agree with Tool Belt. This is an excellent tutorial that I can use for my website! I really appreciate individuals like you that take the time and effort to explain things to people like me. :wink:

  7. Posted June 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    When will Blogger get around to these sort of things…or shouldn’t I hold my breath lol ?

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    • Posted June 5, 2008 at | Permalink

      I think Blogger is good in that you can add to or change your CSS and use any sort of design or layout. WordPress.com does not allow for this. With self hosted WordPress you have full control of course.

      • Posted June 8, 2008 at | Permalink

        Thanks Sue! Talk about “just in time” learning, this is it! I have not been satisfied with the way my pictures look in blogger, and this technique will help tremendously. Your instructions are very clear, and I appreciate the advice about the alt tag. I will read more about that.

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      • Posted June 15, 2008 at | Permalink

        Thanks Sheryl
        Please let me know if there are any other effects that you would like explained as I am considering a follow up post.

  8. Posted June 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    This is such a great resource for bloggers. I think every beginner blogger has trouble with images. I have bookmarked this and hope a lot of people find it. I am stumbling it right now. Hopefully that will help.

  9. Posted June 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    Excellent quick tutorial! I just tweeted it.

    Enjoy,

    Barbara

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    • Posted June 15, 2008 at | Permalink

      Wonderful, thanks Barbara – tweets are excellent for promoting posts.

  10. Posted June 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    I really like the pictures… they make it very helpful. Thanks for the code!

  11. andrea
    Posted June 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi mum,

    Is the cat better yet?
    We are expecting rain tomorrow. Can you believe it? I can’t!

    Andrea :mrgreen:

    • Posted June 5, 2008 at | Permalink

      Rain in Broome – amazing. You will have something more to say when you do your ABC weather report. Just a quick plug for my beautiful clever talented daughter :-) who is living a long long way away :-(

      The cat is fine now – no more daily two person struggles to get her to take her meds :-) She is choosing not to go outside recently – it seems it is far too cold for her highness.

  12. Posted June 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    Dear Sueblimely, borders to pictures can really be an enhancer. I was just pondering on it yesterday. But, I am not good technically, and I am searching for ways friendly ones so as not to meddle with my blog template HTML. Is there a code like auto-post and pictures get border automatically. Thanks…

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    • Posted June 5, 2008 at | Permalink

      Hi Zubli

      If you do not want to edit your template at all you could try writing your posts using blog editor software – Windows Live Writer is good and allows you to add borders and other effects to images. http://get.live.com/writer/overview

  13. Posted June 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    Awesome! Thanks for this babe, I didn’t even realise that I could do it!

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    • Posted October 28, 2009 at | Permalink

      Great tip. I hate when my pictures just look like they are floating in mid air or blend in with the background.

  14. Posted June 6, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thank you Sueblimely, I shall check it soon. I hope this is simple, and not so complicated as to re-write the HTML of the template. I shall come back to you soon, when I do see the one you suggest, I can follow simply, while eating egg roll on a plate. Thanks.

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  15. Posted June 6, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great tip. I hate when my pictures just look like they are floating in mid air or blend in with the background.

    • Posted June 15, 2008 at | Permalink

      Adding styling to images can make a blog look more professional – I should do more of it myself :-)

  16. Posted June 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    This works a treat for photographer bloggers. I am starting to post more images myself so I guess I will soon implement something similar myself. PS: Thanks for dropping EC on my blog.

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    • Posted June 15, 2008 at | Permalink

      Great to have a comment from an EC visitor and a reminder that I should do so more often myself.

  17. Posted June 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    Well, I was sure I had commented this post? At least I did an SU, course I think it is an excellent presentation of a useful tool – thanks for sharing!

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  18. Posted June 8, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi Sue,
    I love graphics. The photos are beautiful. Did you take them yourself? Thank you for a detailed tutorial on dding borders to images & the additional link to ‘alt tags’ for images.

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  19. Posted June 9, 2008 at | Permalink

    I think these borders makes the images look a whole lot better. And they look mor professional too.

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  20. Posted June 10, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the tutorial. I have been wondering how that appearance tab works. Next time I use an image I’ll give a border a try. It improves the look so much.

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  21. Posted June 11, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi! Your great advise just got used! It gave great depth to the image and topped the whole thing off. Thank you for the other link as well. I have checked it out and it looks pretty good! Take Care

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  22. Posted June 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi Sue, this is a great tutorial! I stumbled and reviewed it :mrgreen:

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    • Posted June 15, 2008 at | Permalink

      Thanks Bobby and thanks for Stumbling andletting me know about it too.

      PS – Your Explosive Stumbleupon Traffic post was excellent.

  23. Posted June 21, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great Tips! Thank you!

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  24. Posted July 5, 2008 at | Permalink

    This is one thing that I should really learn, playing with css. I’ve always added the borders manually which is a pain. You don’t know how to add a shadow do you?

  25. Posted July 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks, I will definently be sure to use those tips soon. I like the last one.

  26. Posted July 22, 2008 at | Permalink

    thanks for posting in a clear and easy manner, it helped alot

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  27. Posted August 8, 2008 at | Permalink

    top post and you really explained in detail how to do it… its actually quite a simple process after you explained it…

  28. Posted August 14, 2008 at | Permalink

    Wow, thanks for sharing the tips on how to add border on images in different ways. I don’t use border in my blog but maybe I should consider now just by looking at the html codes you have given. Thanks.

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  29. Posted October 8, 2008 at | Permalink

    Since I’m still learning how to write some html, this is information very helful for me. thanks. :mrgreen:

  30. Posted October 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    this is cool. :O i have to try this on my blogger blog… been looking for something like this…

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  31. Posted October 19, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great tutorial. I really think image borders are a nice touch to a quality theme. It’s one of those tiny details that can separate tinkerers from real designers.

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  32. Posted November 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    It really enhances any content call it pictures or boxes with paragraphs. Worth to keep it handy.

  33. Posted November 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    Nice post bro :-)

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  34. Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    I think that is the part of CSS that you should learn to do manually. Aligns and floats are important too.

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  35. Posted November 13, 2008 at | Permalink

    Sue, thanks for the handy little tip. I didn’t realize how simple this was.

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  36. Posted December 23, 2008 at | Permalink

    Just want to say thanks for the helpful post!

  37. Posted January 9, 2009 at | Permalink

    great post~~~ useful n helpful…. :cool:

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  38. Posted January 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    hi~
    thank for your sharing…
    it’s very useful post…
    hehe… keep it on :razz:

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  39. Posted January 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    I would just like to say that I think this is a truly great site. I am in the middle of planning a 6-week exercise programme as part of my GCSE PE coursework, and this site has helped me so much.

  40. Posted January 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    Sue, thanks for the handy little tip. I didn’t realize how simple this was

    • Posted October 23, 2009 at | Permalink

      What a Great tutorial. I really think image borders are a nice touch to a quality theme. It’s one of those tiny details that can separate tinkerers from real designers.
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  41. Posted January 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    I would just like to say that I think this is a truly great site.

  42. Posted January 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    The details about different types of training have been very useful.

  43. Posted January 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    I also take part in athletics and this site has given me so many new training ideas. This is a very comprehensive web site which I will definitely be using again.

  44. Posted January 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    The only thing I would say is that in certain sections diagrams would be helpful in explaining, and more example exercises to try out would be great. Thank you for a fantastic web site!!!

  45. Posted February 5, 2009 at | Permalink

    These are some very handy tips. thanks for posting these. I’ve resigned to just build borders for images with Photoshop, so these steps save some effort.

  46. Posted February 9, 2009 at | Permalink

    Excellent work on this Sueblimely. Perhaps I can add that once your image is bordered (new word!), put it up over at picnik.com for some fun effects.
    ~ Colleen :wink:

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  47. Posted February 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    The only thing I would say is that in certain sections diagrams would be helpful in explaining, and more example exercises to try out would be great. Thank you for a fantastic web site

  48. Posted February 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    These are some very handy tips. thanks for posting these. I’ve resigned to just build borders for images with Photoshop, so these steps save some effort.

  49. Posted March 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    great post, very detailed. i’ve used it very successfully on several of my sites. Now, i have to figure out how to remove borders from images that have links…

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  50. Posted March 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    sdf saf sf sf :grin: :???:

  51. Posted March 25, 2009 at | Permalink

    thanks

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  52. Posted March 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    Sue, thanks for the handy little tip. It’s a very useful tutorial for those new to CSS.

  53. Posted April 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    I personally think having borders around images is good as it usually adds to the aesthetic appeal of a website. Depending on the site, I make all my images have borders (some sites I don’t for various reasons though). This is a very helpful post with some good examples. Thanks for the code snippets, they help a lot.

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  54. Posted April 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    Hehe . It was so simple. I cannot believe it.
    Thanks for sharing and explaining those quick steps. I really needed this, cause I need to modify some images on my website.

  55. Posted April 4, 2009 at | Permalink

    Really useful if you need a border.

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  56. Posted April 8, 2009 at | Permalink

    Awesome this is what I need for my WP theme project!

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  57. Posted April 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Nice border, i prefer use green color since i love green. :)

  58. Posted April 23, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks a lot! very useful may God bless you with more knowledge to share :)

  59. Posted April 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    good. Learn something from these two articles.

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  60. Posted May 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks Sue,

    I have bookmarked this page. I had been using Photoshop to accomplish what can easily be done with CSS. Now I know better and can save much time in the future. I will play around with padding and margins to see the effects of this technique.

    – Brian

  61. Posted May 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks Sue. I haveta have borders on all my pics. I especially like a border with a drop shadow behind the image. ~ Colleen :)

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  62. Posted May 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks a lot. I was looking for this code and your tutorial is nice.

  63. Posted May 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    thanks for this tutorial i was looking for this tutorial.. thanks alot!

    • Posted October 21, 2009 at | Permalink

      Yes! Wow what a great tutorial. I just bookmarked this site. Although I have a bunch of wp sites my technical skills are lacking. This will help a billion.

  64. Posted May 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    Awesome! may i digg this…??

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  65. Posted May 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    very nice css, thanks for shared..

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  66. Posted June 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think it is a really good idea to add borders to images, you did an awesome job explaining all the different possible solutions to adding borders to images :) I love css by the way =D

    Till then,

    Jean

  67. Posted June 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    this’s a great tutorial..thx

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  68. Posted June 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    Nice article. I have bookmarked this page.
    Thanks.

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  69. Posted June 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    very cool css, thanks

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  70. Posted June 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank you very much for all the information. It really helped me a lot.
    From,
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  71. Posted June 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    I like the CSS modifications allowing for a padded colored border. Nice! – Colleen :-)

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  72. Posted June 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great tutorial that I can use for my website. I love the detail, thanks for the hard work.

  73. Posted June 25, 2009 at | Permalink

    very useful. i’ll bookmark this page for my future neede. thank alot

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  74. Posted July 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    Very designing tips. I would like to call it designing tips. Because previously I didn’t use this code. I use image with border. Know if I use this code with css this will defiantly save my lot of time and also upload website faster than previously.

  75. Posted July 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    I’ve seen some cute animated gifs with it, and I’m wondering how do I add that to my photos. What programs can I use?

  76. Posted July 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    testing 35253452542342 test test

  77. Posted July 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thank you very much. This article is so helpful.

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  78. Posted July 13, 2009 at | Permalink

    very very very useful tips , it’s true that adding borders, gives the image a better look , i was looking for that since a long time
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  79. Posted July 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    The pop up comment windows are a nuisance aren’t they. I always use Firefox so cannot remember if the same problem occurs in IE.

  80. Posted July 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thank you! So simple and yet so useful…
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  81. Posted July 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    This is a great post.Its very helpful ,I’ll defiantly use it in future.Thanks for sharing :)

  82. Markweee
    Posted July 31, 2009 at | Permalink

    I use Photoshop for image creation but the newer online editors are impressive and provide most of the editing functions I would require: they are much easier to use too.
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  83. Markweee
    Posted July 31, 2009 at | Permalink

    I have been researching current online image editing applications which will allow you to do this and much more. Because of my web design activities
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  84. Posted August 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    nice tutorial..simple technique
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  85. Posted August 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    I recently started to add borders to some of my images, do you think that makes that look good, or should I take the borders off ?
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  86. Posted August 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    Although I still confuse on how to implement your tips, but I really thank for this.

  87. Posted August 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great tip, it makes the pictures look so much more professional

  88. Posted August 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    Its amazing what such a simple thing can do to an image.
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  89. Posted August 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great – simple but effective code to make your WP images look just that much better.
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  90. Posted September 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    Add borders to images looks good. Thanks for code for inline styling.

  91. Posted September 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    I want to add shadow effect to my site. does anyone know how?

  92. Posted September 6, 2009 at | Permalink

    This questions is hard to find an answer for, I have always wanted to add borders to my images, now I know how, thanks!

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  94. Posted September 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks a lot..
    this article very useful 4 me..
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  95. Posted September 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    nice tutorial ^^, good job !

  96. Posted September 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    good tutorial tq !

  97. Posted September 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank you for posting this Sue I have been trawling the internet for simple coding to chnage my blogger borders.
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  98. Posted September 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    I want to add shadow effect to my site. does anyone know how?

    • Posted October 7, 2009 at | Permalink

      I think you can do that in Photoshop, hope that helps!
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  99. Posted September 29, 2009 at | Permalink

    Wow what a great tutorial. I just bookmarked this site. Although I have a bunch of wp sites my technical skills are lacking. This will help a billion.

  100. Posted October 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    Really cool tutorial I love it, thanks Sue!
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  101. Posted October 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    Add border to image looks perfect and completed. Thanks for share good resource.

  102. Posted October 15, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think Blogger is good in that you can add to or change your CSS and use any sort of design or layout. WordPress.com does not allow for this. With self hosted WordPress you have full control of course.

  103. Posted October 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    great post, a lot of people don’t know enough html to do this sort of thing but worpress makes it pretty easy.

  104. Posted October 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    This is very helpful, and can aid in making a great looking site.

  105. Posted October 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    wow thanks for that great post

  106. Posted October 23, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think use some image tools to do that is a good ideas, such as batch photo factory.

  107. Posted October 23, 2009 at | Permalink

    coool post, i used your code in my blog it’s realy great code.
    thank you
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  108. Posted October 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    I have just loved these designing tips as provided for the image border as they can enhance purpose and reason for those images.

  109. Posted November 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    This is my first time visiting your post…I always have to work at my creative side…and you have given me some insperation to day…I did not think of doing this…we get so set in our ways that we need people like you coming up with new design…Thanks…to you

  110. Posted November 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thank you for the tutorial. This is something new and interesting that I’ve never known before. I’ll try applying this method. Thanks again:-)

  111. Posted November 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    nice blog,I can learn a lot from you.I hope your blog will have a huge Earnings.
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  112. Posted November 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    wow, perfect articles. i will refer it to my friends.

  113. Posted December 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    i like this image
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