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How do you make a content box transparent?


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How do you make a content box transparent? Is it a CSS code that I need to use to make it transparent or is there another way? If it requires CSS can you please let me know what the code is.

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Hi,

 

Each content box should have its own unique CSS identifier.  You'd use Firebug for Firefox or Chrome's Inspection tools to find these and then apply a simple instruction to that. Something like background: transparent; would work. 

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So I can make a specific content box transparent without affecting the content boxes on other pages? Is there code I can use to override the content box CSS on a per page basis, similar to adding a background image? Thanks.

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Every page on WordPress has unique body classes.

 

If its a page/post it has an ID, otherwise its a type id. The framework adds even more IDs, like templates and styles.

 

Heres a link to the doc http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/body_class

 

Just click view-source in your browser and look for the <body> classes.

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