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CSS help: Modifying post feature thumbnail

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danielfinn

Hello,

I am wanting to modify the default post feature image thumbnail. I would like them to have no border or shadow. I am unsure of the exact CSS to do this. Could somebody help me? The code outlined below succesfully changes the border and background colour of the feature image, however, I do not seem to be able to remove the shadow type border.


.post-thumb .c_img {

    background:transparent!important;

  border:none;

}

Could someone help me?

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batman

Hi

You can try with


.post-meta .c_img {

        background: none;

        border: none;

        box-shadow: none;}


.post-meta .c_img img {box-shadow: none;}


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Danny

Hi,

Did Batman's suggestion work for you?


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danielfinn

I have just tried it now, and yes batman's suggestions works fine. Thanks for the help.

I also posted this topic in the 'off topic' section before I realised there was a section devoted to CSS customisations. I am not sure how to get rid of the other one.

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Rob

I think I already took care of it.


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Rob

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