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scootdc

What is the easiest way to change to background color of the footer container? I'm using full-width design framework and can't seem to find how to do this. Site is www.thechannelatbowen.com Thanks in advance.

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kastelic

The footer is transparent so it is the body background color that is showing through. Change the body background color in Design Control.

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scootdc

Not the case with Full-Width Design Framework...any other advice?

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kastelic

Its the same for all frameworks. Are you maybe talking about the morefoot section or something? How about a guest login so we can see your site?

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scootdc

Site is open. Please take a look.

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Rob

Actually, kastelic is correct. I looked at your site and the footer area is the background. Go to your Pagelines setup in your site; then to the Design Control tab. There, you need to change the Body Background Color to whatever you'd like. However, you must remember that if you make the background a light color, your fonts need to be changed to lighter colors where applicable. White fonts on white backgrounds = invisible. You can adjust your font colors right there on the same Design Control tab. Best of luck with your site. If you need more help, don't hesitate to ask!


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scootdc

Still getting black footer container background. Is there some custom code to override this?

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kastelic

Thanks for the link to your site, that helps. Paste in Custom Code -> Custom CSS:

 #footer {background: red} 

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scootdc

actually, it was #footercols but that did the trick. Thanks.

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