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Content Background Transparency

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rosiecatalano    0
rosiecatalano

I'm new to wordpress/pagelines and have been trying to make my content background semi-transparent and haven't had much luck. I followed the instructions from http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Get_Started_with_PageLines under "Insert Custom CSS" and it didn't seem to make a difference to my site. I've also installed the "Pagelines Customize" plugin and tried to enter the same css there to the style.css section and it also didn't make and visible difference. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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rosiecatalano    0
rosiecatalano
It looks like all I needed was a # before the word 'page'. In pagelines-customize/style.css I entered this and it seems to have worked: #page .content {background: rgba(251, 248, 255, .6);} Hope that helps anyone else who comes across this issue in the future.

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catrina    103
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Yes, the # sign is needed because the CSS selector is a DIV ID (which looks like [b]
[/b] in the page HTML code).

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Designer | Catrina Dulay

Founder | Catrina and Mouse

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