Border around Image

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Is there a way to put a border around an in-text image besides putting it into a table cell?

I've looked at all the G2G posts about this and the extended image formatting pages but no luck.

Thanx,
in WikiTree Tech by Babs Deacon G2G1 (1.9k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

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When I want a border, I add it in my graphic editing program before uploading the image file.
by Gaile Connolly G2G6 Pilot (910k points)
selected by Babs Deacon
Yeah, I just did that with three of mine. Too bad since it's an HTML style option. O well - moving along.

an HTML style option

by Barbara Deacon

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Wikitree doesn't use html for profiles, but Wikitext, also known as Wiki markup or Wikicode, which is similar in many ways, but underneath it, it isn't.

(If you really want that border, do it before uploading (as you have done), or use the table format.) 

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