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Hi, 

I'd like to set the morefoot background transparent and the page/post background white... and I'm not able to...

I've tried different strategies:

- change the colors in the "site options" but the post/page area works together with the morefoot

- I should use the footer area, but it doesn't accept callout and boxes

- I search for css code to change morefoot background, but I didn't find it

 

Probably I can't see a very easy solution, but I'm not a professional webmaster, please forgive me.

 

thank you!

Fabio

 

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To make the color stop before the morefoot area you'll need to be more specific on the selector. I would say either #pagelines_content or #column-wrap would give that effect.

 

#pagelines_content {background:#649719;}

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Hi Fabio

 

The morefoot color can be changed by css. I've included a link to a post below which has the code in to edit the morefoot.

 

http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/25742-2-questions-changes-to-more-foot-colour-scheme-removing-white-spaces/

 

The morefoot is a container, it usually follows the color of the page canvas which goes underneath it. So setting it to transparent might not give the effect you're looking for. From what you've described above you'll need to either change the morefoot using the above code to match the background (making it seem transparent), or remove the page background color in the color control tab and color the content area manually using css.

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thank you James!

You are right, I need to let the page background transparent, because I want to show an Image background... my website is www.realwayoflife.com

So I have to set che content area back ground.

can I use a code like this?

.section-content .content {background:#649719;}

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Posted · Report post

perfect! thanks again!!!

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you're welcome :-)

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