Judi Barrett, of Integrity Real Estate in Idabel OK, has shown us that you can always learn something new, even if you've been blogging here for quite a while.
We've seen a lot of posts about using Picnik to frame our photos, which I do use! But sometimes you're just in a hurry and want to insert a picture and be done with it. I'd known about this feature in AR but what I didn't know until Judi pointed it out was that you could change the color of the border! Who knew?!
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The Quickest Simplest Easiest Way to Put Colored Borders/Frames Around Your Photos in Your Active Rain Blog
I know that there are lot of photo editing sites out there and there are innumerable softwares that everyone has... most of us mutiple ones..
BUT if you really just want a border around your image.. maybe a colored border, maybe a thin border, maybe a wide border.. here's the trick:
Assuming everyone knows how to upload an image from their computer:
By clicking on the little tree icon...
After selecting your image and clicking on upload, click on the Appearance tab.
You will put a number into the Border input field.
I have always assumed that meant the number of pixels for the width of the border. Inserting a 2 will give you this:
5 will give you this:
Now if you want to change the color of your border/frame into... let's say tan:
YOu simply change the substitute the word tan for the word black in the Style field:
Or how about "beige"
The one color that I have not been able to obtain is a nice dark brown.. it always comes out looking more red than brown..
There you have it. !
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