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    On this page:

    Under the image:×430.png

    There is a grey line that I can’t get rid of. I’ve searched numerous threads and tried various solutions that have worked for other users, but nothing seems to be working. (The line disappears when you resize to a smaller browser, and is

    I took the following CSS from this thread, but it didn’t work:

    #after_full_slider_1 {
        border: none!important;
    #full_slider_1 {
        border-color: transparent !important;

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you!

    • This topic was modified 7 years, 5 months ago by jabbler.

    I used the property inspector to fine the border, and added this code:

    .page-id-2973 .main_color, .main_color div, .main_color header, .main_color main, .main_color aside, .main_color footer, .main_color article, .main_color nav, .main_color section, .main_color span, .main_color applet, .main_color object, .main_color iframe, .main_color h1, .main_color h2, .main_color h3, .main_color h4, .main_color h5, .main_color h6, .main_color p, .main_color blockquote, .main_color pre, .main_color a, .main_color abbr, .main_color acronym, .main_color address, .main_color big, .main_color cite, .main_color code, .main_color del, .main_color dfn, .main_color em, .main_color img, .main_color ins, .main_color kbd, .main_color q, .main_color s, .main_color samp, .main_color small, .main_color strike, .main_color strong, .main_color sub, .main_color sup, .main_color tt, .main_color var, .main_color b, .main_color u, .main_color i, .main_color center, .main_color dl, .main_color dt, .main_color dd, .main_color ol, .main_color ul, .main_color li, .main_color fieldset, .main_color form, .main_color label, .main_color legend, .main_color table, .main_color caption, .main_color tbody, .main_color tfoot, .main_color thead, .main_color tr, .main_color th, .main_color td, .main_color article, .main_color aside, .main_color canvas, .main_color details, .main_color embed, .main_color figure, .main_color fieldset, .main_color figcaption, .main_color footer, .main_color header, .main_color hgroup, .main_color menu, .main_color nav, .main_color output, .main_color ruby, .main_color section, .main_color summary, .main_color time, .main_color mark, .main_color audio, .main_color video, #top .main_color .pullquote_boxed, .responsive #top .main_color .avia-testimonial, .responsive #top.avia-blank #main .main_color.container_wrap:first-child, #top .main_color.fullsize .template-blog .post_delimiter, .main_color .related_posts.av-related-style-full a {
        border-color: #ffffff;

    It seemed to remove the line, but it seems like I may be covering too much. Can you pare that down to the smallest amount of code that I need?

    Thank you!



    Please try this instead:

    .page-id-2973 .main_color {
        border-color: #ffffff;

    Best regards,


    It looks like it’s fixed. Thank you!

    I may be back if it comes back though. Ha ha.

    Thanks again!



    Glad we could help! I hope it is fixed now and won’t come back:)
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