Support » Theme: Prana » Adding Transparency to the Content space

  • I am using a child theme of Prana, and have a tiled Background Image in place, however I would like to make the content area transparent so the BG image shows through the text.

    I would prefer NOT to have the White BG in the Content area.

    http://www.kiely.com.au/New/

    Cheers

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  • Sam

    (@soumendra)

    Hello,

    You can try this in your Custom CSS for achieving that:

    .entry-content table {
        background: transparent none repeat scroll 0 0;
    }
    tbody, td {
        background: transparent none repeat scroll 0 0;
    }

    Thank you.

    Thread Starter CharityCreek

    (@charitycreek)

    Hi There Sam, Meant to get back to you the other day.

    A. Thanks for the really speedy response,
    B. Thanks for the help – it worked perfectly.

    Much appreciated.

    Sam

    (@soumendra)

    Welcome. 🙂

    Thread Starter CharityCreek

    (@charitycreek)

    Hi Sam,

    Further to my query regarding transparency last week, are you able to tell me how to change the theme colour of links, including links in the widget area. I have tried plugins to fix this, and nothing seems to override the theme colour.

    Here is the site dets again:
    http://www.kiely.com.au/New/

    Cheers… s

    Sam

    (@soumendra)

    Hello CharityCreek,

    You can try this in your Custom CSS for ink color:

    .entry-content a {
        color: #f00;
    }
    #footer a {
        color: #f00;
    }

    You can adjust the colors as per your requirement.

    Thank you.

    Thread Starter CharityCreek

    (@charitycreek)

    Hi Sam,

    Once again, thanks for your speedy response.

    It worked fine on content & footer links, but had no effect on the Widgets in the Right Sidebar;
    ARCHIVES
    TAGS

    Cheers… s

    Sam

    (@soumendra)

    Hello CharityCreek,

    You previously mentioned that the links you want to change colors but (ARCHIVES TAGS) are not links.

    So you can try this for those colors:

    .widget-title {
        color: #f00 !important;
    }

    You can adjust the color as per your requirement.

    Thank you.

    Thread Starter CharityCreek

    (@charitycreek)

    Thanks once again Sam. All fixed now.
    Cheers… s

    Thread Starter CharityCreek

    (@charitycreek)

    Sam,

    I’d like to leave your credit in the footer, but remove Powered by WordPress. Is this possible?
    Regards… s

    Sam

    (@soumendra)

    Hello CharityCreek,

    You can try this in your Custom CSS:

    .grid_6 {
        display: none;
    }

    Thank you.

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