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Trying To Find MediaBox Image Element For Custom CSS Styling

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Claude203

I would like to know how to custom style the MediaBox Image element. Using the Google Dev tool, I see that it is called "img" and I suspect that this would be done using the "Inline CSS Styling" box but I haven't been able to figure out just how to do that. For example, I tried adding this CSS but with no affect:

 

img {  box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 10px rgba(0,0,0,0.5);  }

 

Could you please let me know where that image element is defined? Thank you.


Claude Johnson
BlackFives.org

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Danny

Hi,

 

Inline styling field doens't require the class or element name nor the parentheses. You only need the styling for example:

 

box-shadow: inset 0px 0px 10px rgba(0,0,0,0.5);

 

However, I am unsure if this will apply the box shadow to the image. As the styling classes field and inline styling field apply the CSS to the section element. If it doesn't work, reply here and provide a link to the page in question where the Mediabox is and I can take a closer look.


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Claude203

Danny,

 

I'm proud to say that I figured it out:

 

.the-media img {
  box-shadow: 1px 1px 1px 1px #404040;
}
 
That works great and isolates the image itself.
 
Thank you!

Claude Johnson
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Danny

No problem and nice job!


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