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?mystique=css background image is hardcoded

  • leetcharmer
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    @leetcharmer

    The Mystique theme generates a CSS file dynamically and includes the absolute path to the background image. The problem with this is that it prevents my SSL-encrypted site from full HTTPS protection. To get around this issue, I’ve added this to the User CSS:

    body{background-image:none;}
    body{background-image:url("/wp-content/uploads/background2.jpg");background-repeat:no-repeat;background-position:center top;}

    I think the relative path should be established by mystique automatically. This would resolve this issue. Hope this helps someone achieve full encryption :).

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