Border around images and titles in posts?

  • Anonymous


    Hi everyone,

    I’m new to WordPress and Graphene. It’s a great theme!

    I’m having a few issues though, and my knowledge of css/html is limited so I’m not sure what to do!

    1. When I insert an image into a post, there is a big white border around it. The background of my image is the same colour as my page background as I want it to blend nicely, but instead there’s a thick white border around the image.

    It’s not the border around the post itself – that can be changed in the Graphene options, but it’s a border around the individual image I’ve inserted. The image is in the correct dimensions too so it’s not a problem of extra space around the sides.

    2. How do I get rid of the title for each page? I don’t want my Home page to say ‘Home’ at the top of the post etc. Every page has the title of the page in the Post itself.

    Thanks in advance!



    Hi pinkcarrot, and Welcome!!

    Ok. If you plan on keeping Graphene (which I recommend you do), you are going to want to incorporate a child theme. It’s very easy to do. See the following…


    1. Add this to your child style.css file.

    .entry-content img, .child-page img {
    border: none;

    2. Add this to your child style.css file.

    .post-title, .post-title a, .post-title a:visited {
    display: none;

    Again, read the link about setting up a child theme. You will be glad you did down the road!!



    Hi Josh,

    Thanks so much for your reply and for your warm welcome! Sorry it’s taken me some time to get back to this post. I created a child theme and used the code you posted for me. It works!! Thanks so much!!

    I’m learning more and more and I love it! 🙂



    Fantastic. That’s the whole idea. Glad to help!

    Ijeoma Obiagwu


    No one said anything about how to remove the ‘home’ on the static front page. i cant figure it out too. and please, from where do i create the child theme? ftp or on wordpress theme editor? where do i locate wp contents/themes to start creating the child theme. plz help.


    Kenneth John Odle


    You will need ftp access to install a child theme. See these resources:

    The blue “Home” that you are seeing is the title of page you are using as a static home page. You can delete it when you edit the post.




    I had a similar question. I used to have a grey border around every picture I put in the widget box but since making the child theme it seems to have spontaneously disappeared. However, the images were still too far to the left so I wanted to center them. I inserted a code in the text .html of the pictures to center it but when I do the picture is centered but the grey border is now back. I removed ALL code from the style.css and entered only the grey border code just like josh put it but the border still stays unless I remove the centering code. Obviously I am doing something wrong but can’t tell what.

    I will try to post the code here. This is my first time posting in the forum so I hope I don’t mess this up

    <table align=”center” style=”padding-right:18px;”><tr><td> (insert picture code here) </td></tr></table>



    Hi atraael,

    What is the url of your site?

    btw… you can use backticks usually the top left button of the your keyboard, the one with the ~ sign to wrap your code when posting in a forum.



    Thank you for the response. The site is



    You’re welcome.

    Okay, so you are inserting an image using a basic text widget. Please copy and post the code here, from your text widget box.

    Remember, wrap the code in backticks as you paste it here please.

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