How to remove the border around icons

Sometimes, you don’t want to have a border around the icons. Try one of these solutions :

1. In the posts

In your template file, put the following code if you want no link and no border (most of the time, just ‘link=false’ do the trick) :

get_cat_icon('class=myicons&link=false');

with this added in your style.css file :

.myicons {
 border: 0px;
 border-style:none;
}

2. In the sidebar

Use the put_cat_icons() function. Example :

put_cat_icons(wp_list_categories('echo=0'),'class=myicons');

But you can also use the widget as an alternative, which is easier, but don’t forget to activate it. You’ll need to enter the following parameters in put_cat_icons() field :

class=myicons

with this in your style.css :

.myicons {
border: 0px;
}

3. Use the border parameter

Important ! If you use the border parameter, your page will not be valid XHTML Strict.

In your pages and posts :

get_cat_icon('border=false');

In the sidebar :

put_cat_icons(wp_list_categories(’echo=0′),’border=false’);

In the widget parameters:

border=false