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    remove logo border

    Hi,

    Am trying to remove the logo border on http://www.princessgowns.co.uk/prom-dress/night-moves/

    but I can't seem to pinpoint it.. can anyone guide me please?

    Thanks

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    That's not a CSS border. It's part of the logo image. You need to load it into your favourite image app and crop a pixel or so off the edges.
    Birnam wood is come to Dunsinane

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    Sorry,

    Pretty tired :P

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    Who isn't? TGIF, eh?
    Birnam wood is come to Dunsinane

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    Add
    Code CSS:
    border: 0;
    to your actual image class.

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    Phyxas, please explain how this CSS rule would help remove a border that is part of the image itself.
    Birnam wood is come to Dunsinane

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    Oh, I did not understand the "part of image logo" part, though a simple border via CSS could also be a part of the image-logo, since it's ine one class.

    But thanks. And yes, cropping down the edges would help.


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