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Adding border to image make it offset from the wrapper

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Hi there!

 

I'm trying to add a while border to all images in a specific section. I'm using this code for each blockID

#block-0c00759fd0846c881ded {
    border: 8px solid white;
  padding: -8px;
}

 

The issue is that it's making the image not fit inside the wrapper anymore, which isn't that big of a deal on desktop but on web it means everything is slightly off. See image below.

 

So two questions:

1. How do I set the stroke to align to the inside of the image wrapper so the image stays within the box I've made for it.

2. How do I add it to all images in a section without having to call out each blockID individually 

Screenshot 2023-08-24 at 8.40.18 PM.png

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Try this method using a pseudo-element:

#block-0c00759fd0846c881ded:after {
  content:'';
  position:absolute;
  height:100%;
  width:100%;
  background-color:none;
  border:8px solid #fff;
  top:18px;
  right:-30px;
}

Play with the border, top and right values to get the look you want.

Let me know how that works for you.

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