So I have my page set up mostly how I want (the main page anyway) – I figured out how to give the main content area and wrapper a cool opaque look. I did this with the #page.hfeed.site selector. I like the way that this looks for the most part but I would like to remove the opacity from the content of the actual posts if I can. I am wondering if there is a selector that I can use to over ride the settings for that portion of the page – I have tried .entry-content img, #content, #content-entry and nothing seems to work. I tried to make each individual part of the page opaque but I didn’t have much success – #page.hfeed.site seems to be the only one that makes it look (almost) how I want.
this is a page you can look at: http://www.daily-mash.com/wordpress2/category/photos/
and this is the css I have set up so far:
Theme Name: Childtheme
Description: Child theme for the TwentyTwelve theme
Theme URI: http://www.wordpress.org
Author: Riley Betka
Author URI: http://www.daily-mash.com/
Actually if there is a way that I can make just the images that I post not opaque that would be ideal.
on a side note – does anyone know of a good place that has a list of all the selectors and what they actually apply to? I can’t seem to find a good place for this – thank you in advance for your help! Appreciate it!
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