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peterguirguis    0
peterguirguis

Hi guys,

 

I'm trying to have my morefoot area's background to be changed to black.  I inspected the CSS and I found that the slector should be either .section-morefoot .content-pad or #morefoot_area.container-group. When I try to change the background color for either of these it doesn't do anything. This is my code:

 

#morefoot_area.container-group {background-color: #000000;}

 

What am I doing wrong here, please?


Thanks

 

 

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Rob    547
Rob

Hi,

 

Do you want this color to go across the full morefoot or just the content area within it?


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Rob    547
Rob

Try #morefoot with a background-color.


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Rob    547
Rob

Hi,

 

I don't see any morefoot on that page. Rather, I see a footer.

 

Can you check Dashboard > PageLines > Drag & Drop and tell me what sections you have in Morefoot and in Footer under "Active Sections"?

 

I only see the footer, with many links, starting with Sample Page. Is that what you're trying to change?


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peterguirguis    0
peterguirguis

Oh got it.  Sorry, I'm still new to PageLines. It looks like the more foot area was empty so I went ahead and I added the more foot sidebars. Were those the right ones to add there?

 

 Now I'm getting a little bit closer. I have the newly added color on the sides of the content but the content of the more foot area is white. Do you know how I can get that fixed? I did choose a full width site design.

 

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Rob    547
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Okay, you are making progress.  No apologies needed.  It's a learning curve.

 

So now, in addition to the code you've already added, repeat the background color in

#morefoot .content

 

Then it should be a solid #777777 all the way from edge to edge.


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peterguirguis    0
peterguirguis

Ok, but quick question:  if I was going to add css to make my background repeat (as in background-repeat: repeat x;) , then wouldn't I need to use a png instead of just a color value?

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Rob    547
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Yes you would.  One only uses repeat values in terms of background images.

 

If you look at my site's footer and morefoot, you'll see how they were set up with images. Use Firebug to inspect www.epicurus.com

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peterguirguis    0
peterguirguis

Ok thanks, I'll give it a shot  :D

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Jenny    33
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Please let us know if you need any further help :)


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