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Changing transparency of content background

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jwitcraft    0
jwitcraft

I've searched, and the questions seem to want the background image translucent and the content background color opaque. I'm the opposite. I want my site to look like lynnfang.com. Where exactly do I enter the CSS to make the content background translucent, and what do I enter? About all I know is what the hex code is for the color I'm trying to make translucent.

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Danny    1,327
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Hi, The website you linked doesn't have it's content area transparent, its actually all one image set as the body, you can see it here. http://lynnfang.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Rainforest67.jpg However, if you wish to have your content area transparent, you can do so by read this post here. http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussion/19844/content-opacity#Item_2

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jwitcraft    0
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Thank you, but...where do I enter this code, please? Do I enter this in the Custom Code > CSS rules box?

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Danny    1,327
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Hi, You would enter this code in either your child themes style.css or if you're using the PageLines customisation plug-in, add it to the plug-ins style.css file. If you're using none of the above, add it to the Custom Code > CSS Rules.

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