2 How To Add a Border To Images in blogger

1.Login to your blogger dashboard--> layout- -> Edit HTML

2.Scroll down to where you see ]]></b:skin> tag.

3.Copy below code and paste it just before ]]></b:skin> tag.

img {
border: 15px solid #000;
background: #000;
padding: 1px;

Now click Save Template 

Free Backlinks for Blog and Website

Do you want to know Where to get free backlinks? This is a free, fast, and simple immediate automatic backlinks for optimizing your blog or web page on search engines result.Everyone knows how important backlinks are to getting a good rank.Here, we offer a backlink for free and very fast for your sites. Copy the html code first (no change needed), and then paste to your website or blog.To view your backlink you can click the image link from your website or blog. And well... your website url done and will be displaying in first references.If any visitors click this banner from your website or blog, your url backlink will be creating automatically in this website.You can build backlink as many as you want, no limitation and restriction, but no spam ! Wish your website's ranking quickly on Top Google, Yahoo and Alexa!

Free Automatic Backlink for Blog and Website

If our Tutorials have helped you a little, then kindly spread our voice using the badge below:- Copy this html code to your website >>
Free Backlinks blogger widgets

Optionally use this Widget installer to add this link to your blogger blog.

* Please note:- After you paste the code into the website, please click on the button to create backlinks to your website. - If you remove the code from your website where your backlink will be deleted automatically. - if you know any free backlink info, please submit here, Let's share the free backlink list to everyone.
submit here

2 Responses So Far:

Ashley said...

Thank you, thank you for posting that code. I tried a bunch of different codes and none of them worked. Your directions were also much more simple! The only thing I didn't like was that the border seemed to make the color in all my pictures dim. So I just edited the opacity to 100 and .10 and that fixed it. And I also edited the color of the border to be a bit darker. Thank you very much for the working code.

Unknown said...

Thanks for this,, But your code is still wrong,,, BEcause even bg images have borders when you insert the code,. So what you need to do is this below:

change the img { to:

.post-body img { and you're done....


Post a Comment

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More

Powered by Blogger