I just recently noticed that all the images in Meta Sites, (other than this) have a crazy grey colour theme, which is fine, and for links we use a border-bottom: dashed, which is also okay for links. The crazy part about this post is, it gets applied for the images as well like a dotted underline. Do we really need it?


Can we please remove this? Looks not okay for me.


To differentiate the linked image vs. normal image, (well, there's none on this meta site), I propose something like this:

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The above image is the full image, so part, showing the right way of my proposal:

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    But it indicates to me that the image is clickable. Why would a linked image behave differently than a regular link? – animuson Jun 13 '16 at 14:56
  • @animuson Ah! But we can give something better right? Like border on all the sides? – Praveen Kumar Purushothaman Jun 13 '16 at 15:33
  • @animuson Have a look at the proposal I shared. :) – Praveen Kumar Purushothaman Jun 13 '16 at 15:37

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