Will this same method also get me a 10 or 20px (to be decided) grey line at the bottom of the content area when I am using black for features - or white for variable height text?
Will I have to align the grey line to the bottom of the content area - not sure what the css may be for aligning just the either grey line or a grey line with white above it it to the bottom
Scoop.... you asked for a background color in the header/branding area. I gave you a solution for that.
Kindly when opening a topic, specify every requisite you're looking for so that our team can reply with all the solutions. Else this will go on and on without solution. We'd like you to be happy, but we can't achieve that without your kind cooperation and all the details.
If you've set an image of 140px (for example) as your background, it will appear only 140px high. Below that, the page color will dominate since the page tag begins below the header. If you want a grey line of any specific height below the black you have two options:
1. Add it to the image
2. Add it to the header via a background color and padding or height in CSS.
If you're looking at the "Content Area" that's totally outside the scope of the header, which is where we were setting this up.
I need for the entire branding & footer sections to be black
That's what I was addressing.
If you used Firefox (as recommended in all our docs and throughout this Forum) and inspected the CSS of my site, you'd see how to set a background image for the footer. I actually have one set for Morefoot and one for the Footer, in addition to using Framework for a background which only handles the branding area.