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I would do this myself, but I am still running VS 2005, so this would be tough.
The black borders around the photos in the folder gallery make the web page look dark and uninviting, see http://ace-event.org/ace-09-photos.aspx. I believe that this can be changed by simply editing one line of code, specifically mojoPortal.Web.Controls\FolderGallery\ImageHelper.cs line 83. I believe that by changing this from Color.Black to Color.White, I will get the desired result. (If there is an easier way, please let me know.)
So, here is the favor: Could you make this change and email me (gerry (at) pairofdocs (dot) net) the resulting mojoPortal.Web.Controls.dll file? The web-site in question is running mojoPortal v18.104.22.168. If it would make things easier for you, I can upgrade to V22.214.171.124.
I change color and rebuild project in VS 2008 and sent for you. But I think you can do it by modifying css calsses.
So much for the easy answer. I truly appreciate your help, but sadly this change did not have the desired effect. Does anyone know how to affect this change?
I've implemented web config options for the next release allowing you to specify backcolor and border color using named colors. This will be in the next release.