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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:08 am 
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I can't figure out exactly what to edit to change the template for the module. I want to get rid of the border that is around the group of thumbnails and also align the whole module center if possible.

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You have two options, edit template CSS or edit the index.php of the template.
For classic template you can find both of them in [Joomla root]/plugins/content/admirorgallery/admirorgallery/templates/classic/

In you case I think editing CSS should be enough.

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