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KristaD

Circle thumbnails for Top Trending Posts widget

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KristaD    0
KristaD

Hello everyone,

 

I've searched many places and cannot find CSS code help with transforming all of my "Top Trending Posts" image thumbnails into circle images. I looked at the very bottom of pagelines.com and saw that they had this code: border-radius: 200px 200px 200px 200px;

 

How can I do this ? I cannot give out my link since this is a celeb site that hasn't been launched yet, but I'd be willing to speak one on one with someone or would appreciate being directed to a plug-in that can do this as well.

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Danny

Hi,

 

Can you send me an email with a link to the site in question and I can take a look. 

 

danny at pagelines dot com


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