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I don't have a background image on my home page and I don't want one, but it appears to be looking for one and gives me a small black box in the center of the home page.

Please help.

Thanks,

Ginny

www.audaciousgroup.com/dev

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Hi there, you can use the following css to hide the item on a per page basis. Paste the code into Pagelines>Site Options>Customer code. You'll need to change the page id to the id of your homepage.


.page-id-2 #supersized-loader {

    display: none;

}

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Hi,

Like Simon suggested above, if you wish to have a background image but not one on your homepage, do not use the global option for Background image, instead use the PageLines Meta Settings > Page Setup on your page editor.

This way you can add an individual background image to specific pages.

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Thanks but I tried inserting the CSS and it did not work. Its strange because I do not have a background image for that page - it just started showing this box a few days ago. Any other ideas?

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Hi Danny,

I want the image on all pages (global) but I don't want the black box to appear. from what I've read it shouldn't appear as long as there is an image available - which in my case there is! So any clue as to why I'm still getting the black box?

Thanks.

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I don't see the box anymore. Did you resolve the issue?

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I added a background image because I got sick of trying to fix it. I don't really want it there but there does not seem to be that option if I want to have it on the other pages.

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If you want to hide the loader box use the following code.


#supersized-loader {display:none !important;}

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It's possible to add code that will make the background plain white for just that homepage. Do you want the CSS?

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Yes please.

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Please try this code:


body.home {background-color: #fff; background-image: none !important;}

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I have the same issue on some of my pages. I want the big image on some pages, and on some no bg image. Is there a better solution? This seems to be a bug that should be fixed...

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If you want a 'selective' background image, then add the image to the background of the pages where you want it instead of adding a global background then trying to hide it for other pages.

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Ginny,

Please go to PageLines > Site Options > Color Control > Supersize The Background Image and uncheck the box then save.

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Well that worked, but I need the bg image on all the other pages supersized. The home page is the only page I do not want a background image.

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Activate the supersize setting again and further instruction can be given.

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I'm also getting the black, cushion shaped box during page load. I have an image loaded which is applied to all pages, it is fixed and with supersize on i get the black box. With supersize off it goes away but my image isn't supersized, of course, which is a problem for larger res screens!

url is http://stfeliudeguixols.com and also on http://alwaysdifferent.net

Any help appreciated!

Thanks :)

Adam

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I've done that and the little black box is back on the home page. There is no background image chosen for the home page or the home page template.

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