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I am using white font with a dark blue/purple background but the page color fades in at the top making my white font very difficult to read.  Can someone take a quick look and tell me what I am doing wrong?

 

Here is a link:

 

http://pmabellevue.com/our-providers/

 

Thank you for your help.

Andrew

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Hi,

 

You're using a third party theme called Ignite. Therefore, you will need to contact the author for assistance.

 

http://www.pagelines.com/store/themes/ignite/

I have resolved the topic.

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Can you tell me if there is anything I can do to the CSS to fix this for all pages. Can I modify the header area or decrease the padding or something so the fade starts higher or maybe is not so evident. Should I use a darker background color?

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Hi Andrew,

 

It appears that the faded background starts too low on the page. It should be starting to fade higher on the page, so that under the first doctor's name, there's just a hint of color (allowing the black text to still show neatly).  By the time the fade reaches the doctor's biography, it should be dark enough to display the white text.

 

The only problem I'm seeing is that the white text (which is there) simply disappears into the background.  If you don't want to change the background, then you may simply want to wrap the text in the first paragraph or even in that particular doctor's profile in a unique class, then apply some CSS to recolor the text to a dark color. This may be quite beneficial.

 

Something like this:  <div class="bhupinder">the doctor's description</div>

 

Then, the CSS would go something like:

.bhupinder {color: 2D0CA6;
}

Please note, I'm using a sample color for demonstration purposes only.

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