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featured images – Remove border and show original size

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    I’m working with Attitude Pro but can’t find the way to avoid that the featured images appearing in my buissenes page sidebar (Theme horse:Services) are shown always much smaller than the original size and have a 1px border. Please could you tell me how to avoid these changes?

    Thanks a lot!

    Rabin Shrestha

    Hi Juan,

    Can you post link to your site?



    Yes, for sure:
    It would be fantastic if you could help us!!! I really don’t know how to proceed..

    Sanjip Shah

    @Juan If you see our recommended image size instruction here You will see that the recommended image size for the icon is 80px * 80px. However, if you use this image size, the height and width of the service icon is set to 40px * 40px. We have done this so it will appear more clear of retina ready devices. So, for the image size you can upload the image size of 80px*80px or 40px*40px. Now, about the border effect you could use custom css to remove this. So, in the dashboard, go to Appearance->Theme Options->Design Options Tab->Custom CSS. Paste the following css and click on ‘Save all Changes’.

    .service-item .service-icon img {
        border-radius: 0;

    Sanjip, thanks a lot. Now it works!!!!

    Sanjip Shah

    @Juan Okay. Great.


    I am having the same issue with a border appearing around the featured image. When I use the code you provided, there are still sections of border appearing on all 4 sides of the image, which you can see here:

    How can I completely remove the border for the service icon featured image? Thank you for your help!


    HI Karli,
    just add this css inside custom css

    .service-item .service-icon {
    border : none;

    Thank you!

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