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Set Nav Background to Transparent or No Color?


Best Answer Danny , 07 January 2014 - 12:26 PM

Hi,

 

You're using CrackBar which is a third party section, you can possibly do this using custom CSS, I am not sure if the section offers transparency as an option. You will need to contact the developer Nick for support. All support of Nicks products are done on his own forums.

 

http://nickhaskins.co/

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#1 jsecore

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 10:02 PM

Is it possible to have a transparent nav background or to have no color?  If you look at the site:

 

http://schutzwhite.com/divorce/

 

You can see that the nav is blue-ish...The header area background is supposed to be striped (though that's a separate issue lol).  Once the header area background is striped it would be VERY challenging to assign the nav the same striped background and have them match up.  Therefore I am thinking it would be easier to have a "transparent" color / no color set for the nav.  Is that even possible?   Thanks!!!



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Posted 07 January 2014 - 12:26 PM   Best Answer

Hi,

 

You're using CrackBar which is a third party section, you can possibly do this using custom CSS, I am not sure if the section offers transparency as an option. You will need to contact the developer Nick for support. All support of Nicks products are done on his own forums.

 

http://nickhaskins.co/