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  • Resolved meyerwp


    I got this one
    #lu5t — paste this into your Custom CSS —

    /*Change background of headings */
    #primary.content-area {background:#33ffaa;}

    This is perfect but I would like to
    add transparency to it so I can see still a little the background image

    Thanks for your feedback!

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  • meyerwp


    I saw solution by adding a semi transparent picture but here it si a little different:
    I added opacity 0.5 so I got the transparency.
    Unfortunately my content went as well transparent

    /*Change background of headings */
    #primary.content-area {background:#33ffaa; opacity 0.5;

    how can I exclude this command from the content I post

    thank you for your feedback!



    #primary.content-area {
    background:rgba(63, 63, 63, .5);

    is the solution
    thanks to antonietta 456

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