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Remove Gallery Inline Styling

add_filter( 'use_default_gallery_style', '__return_false' );

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  1. Vitor Melo

    Thanks

  2. Bogdan
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    Simple and usefull … thanks!

  3. Tyler
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    Doesn’t work in WordPress 3.6, inline styles are still there.

  4. Metacrawl
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    Oh! Works great in 3.9

  5. BuffaloChuck
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    Added this to my theme’s functions.php. Seems simple enough, but doesn’t work for me. (I’m using WordPress 3.9.1 with a child theme based on Twenty Eleven 1.2.)

  6. Sarah DaSilva
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    Not working in WP 4.1-alpha :/

  7. Samantha

    Dude, you are the Splinter to my Ninja Turtle.
    I created a function just to get rid of the WP injected inline style, and then spent all day trying to make that function work without breaking a bunch of other stuff…then I found this. This super simple, completely effective filter. I’m kicking myself for the time I wasted today. I know better: always check on css-tricks first.

    Thank you for being awesome!

  8. rtpHarry
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    If you’re having problems then check this out for a modern tip to control the styles (although for me the original method in this article did work, it just removed too many of the styles)

    https://make.wordpress.org/core/2014/04/15/html5-galleries-captions-in-wordpress-3-9/

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