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  • Hey everyone…I’m trying to find how to clear out the white background behind my posts and sidebar areas. Essentially, I’d like to have a transparent background there, where my text would “float” over the main background of the page (graph paper design).

    I can’t find out how to get rid of the #fff background color!

    Site is http://www.fundamentaldesigns.net and ANY help is much much much appreciated!

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  • if you are looking to get rid of all the backgrounds, wouldn’t you just scan through your style.css file and remove any background styling there?

    you may not be looking for a background color either….you may be looking for a repeated image….

    That’s the thing…I looked through my CSS file and found those specific elements and they don’t have any background styles applied. That’s why I’m so confused. 🙂

    oh…

    #page { background: url("http://www.fundamentaldesigns.net/wp-content/themes/Fundamental Designs/Images/FDbg-ltr.jpg") repeat-y top; border: none; } is hardcoded into your header, that is controlling it I believe

    I think that did the trick! I really appreciate it!

    for sure!

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