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You can use a
box-shadowto add a shadow to items, but unless you offset it, it will always display on all sides.
Ronangelo is correct in that that is a separate image. You have a couple of options:
1) If you just want a single image like that, edit it in GIMP or Photoshop to add that shadow.
2) Create a separate border image and try adding it to images using the
:afterpseudo class. Because that usually appends stuff to the right, you might need to add
clear:bothto your image css.
3) You might also be able to set it up as a background to an image, and then offsetting it in the css. This would require your images to be the same size. To be honest, I’m not even sure that this is possible.
The better way to do it might be to create a custom function in a child theme that will automatically add that image after all images of a certain class.Mod
Forget ALL of that.
In your custom css, or child theme style sheet, create a new class. For my example here, I’ll call it
Define that class this way:
.shadowclass to any image you want to have that shadow:
<img class="shadow" src="parents.jpg" />ModModQuote:I must copy class .shadow to Graphene Custom CSS styles?
Yes.Quote:How can I apply this .shadow class to the images, where to put it?
When you originally upload a photo to a post or page, you will see a box for “CSS class”. Enter it there.
If you forget, just edit the picture, and click on “Advanced Options.” You’ll see it there.
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