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    Question How to remove the border around my menu options


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    #nav li a:hover, #nav li:hover a, #nav li.sfHover a {background:#0515f2;color:#fff;text-decoration:none;border-radius:5px;}
    [IMG]getridborder.png[/IMG]
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    can't really see what you're trying to do, but the obvious thing to try is:

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    border: none;
    Have you tried that?
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    Originally Posted by Frank Grimes
    can't really see what you're trying to do, but the obvious thing to try is:

    Code:
    border: none;
    Have you tried that?
    yes i have, Look at digitalohasis.com and hover over advertising. you will see it has a rounded radius but still has a visible square border, that is what i am trying to remove.!!!'

    how can i attach a picture in this forum?

    here is what i am talking about:
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151667923619572&set=o.313013982116721&type=1&theater

    Thanks
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    Ah. Joomla. Sorry. I avoid CMS's like the plague.
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    Welcome to DevShed Forums, dewinky.

    The problem borders seem to be applied to "#nav li ul".

    To use the [img][/img] tags, you have to use a URL for an image that's on the web somewhere. You can attach an image to your post, however, there is a policy that prevents users from posting attachments until they have 30 posts and have been a member for 30 days, so if needed http://imageshack.us/, Facebook, etc. can be used to host images.
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