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    Thanks for the great theme. We’ve been using it at for just over a year and are very happy with it.

    I was wondering if there was a way to add a border to an input field on a form that would have the same styling as the image borders. If you look at our home page you’ll see some links on the far right menu, “Subscribe”and “Donate”. The links are images but they don’t have the border as they’re part of an input field rather than stand-alone images.

    Is there any way to add a border to them? I tried adding “border=”0″” within the <input> brackets, and also “style:border:0;padding:4px”, but those have no effect. Thanks for your attention.



    Try using input.donate class for the donate button and if you can find the code for the subscribe button, please add a unique class to it then style it.





    Thanks for the quick answer. Not sure I completely understood it though – tried adding “donate” to the class of the donate button, and nothing happened. Then I did a search for a “donate” class in the css and it didn’t find anything, so I’m not surprised that nothing happened! If you could tell me where the css is located for the image border effects I could replicate that.

    Thanks again



    Hi Caroline,

    Try to add this code in your style.css or style1.css(inside the css folder):

    .rounded {
    border: 1px solid #999 !important;
    padding: 3px !important;

    Hope this helps. :)



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