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Now, one other little refinement we could add would be to put a border around the image itself, just a nice clean thin border to set that image of. We can do that by creating another Class style.
So again, we will go to the New Style button, we will create a Class style; remember Class style start with a period. Just to show you that Dreamweaver tries to watch out for you, I am going to create this one without the dot, and you will see Dreamweaver will add it for me. Let's call this image-border, because I am going to use it to put a little border around the image itself. Again, you can name styles anything you like, as long as you don't use spaces or special characters, but the hyphen is okay.
When I click OK, even though I didn't put the dot there, notice Dreamweaver says, wait a minute, you are creating a Class style, you need a dot, so it automatically puts it there. Now, it won't automatically put it there when you create ID styles, because that's an advanced style and there are too many different kinds of ID styles. So this only happens when you create a Class style. I suggest that you get in the habit of typing the dot yourself, but if you ever forget, this is the place that Dreamweaver will watch your back.
So again, we are creating a border and again, I am going to make it the same all the way around. So I just want a solid. This time I am just going to make it a little one 1 black border; just a very simple black border around the edge. Click OK. Now, again, because this is a Class style, we are not going to see it change on our page until we actually apply it.
So if you click and select the image and you want to make sure you get the Image Properties visible here in the Properties Inspector, there is an option here called Class. in Class you will now see all of the Class styles we have created so far; that green frame that we have already used and the new image-border that we just created. So with the image selected, if I apply the image-border Class, you see I get a nice little black line. So I can easily apply that to all of my images.
Again, because I am using the same style on all of those, if I decided later that maybe I do want a 2 pixel border after all, I could just go back, make that a 2, and it would apply to all of them at once.