i’m by no means a guru of CSS so any help appreciated! i’ve looked around but to no avail…
i’m using the WP theme “RIO”
and have my site prototyped here:
i want to maintain a background image for the blog as i have it on the site, but would like to have the fixed width column of the blog set to a color so that the text reads on a flat bg color.
the original ‘RIO’ CSS has the background image with a white band included in the .gif image. i’d rather not have to do this every time i want to change the background image…..
any help appreciated.
body code here: [if thats where the fix lies?]
background: #FEFEFE url(“images/c-bg.gif”) center;
background-position : top;
background-repeat : repeat-y;
color : rgb(128, 128, 128);
font-size : 62.5%; /* Resets 1em to 10px */
font-family : ‘Verdana’, ‘Arial’, Sans-Serif;
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