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Hey wonderful wordpressors!..


I am trying to edit my wordpress

[[LINK href="http://sharpnchic.com/category/blog/"]][[/LINK]]
http://www.sharpnchic.com/category/blog
[[LINK href="null"]][[/LINK]]

I have uploaded a background by renaming the file to replace the old file- however with the new background it is hard to see the font and text on the blog or pages.

What do I need to do to change the container of each text section so that there is background colour in front of the background but behind the text?!

hopefully that makes sense..

if you view the link you can probably see it is hard to read the text on the page
I like the background but would like a white or ivory background to go for the text section.

Thanks

Answers (5)

2011-07-04

RNWest answers:

Hi

Can not find the link you posted..

2011-07-04

S├ębastien | French WordpressDesigner answers:

Replace by
background:#FFF
In your CSS

2011-07-04

Armando Jaleo answers:

Hello Sac:

You can find in your style.css the labels

h1, h2, h3, p,...

and you give the property "color:#FFFFFF;"

Don't forget thi links

h1 a, h2 a, h3 a, a

and a:hover, a:link...

The key is in your css.

You can too apply a sahdow for Firefox.

For more instructions contact me.

Greetings!


sac comments:

Hey thanks for the response,

this is the link
http://www.sharpnchic.com/category/blog
i did not want to change the font colour but the background behind the font colour..

2011-07-05

ShaheedulHaq Sadi answers:

background-color: #fff will change the background for every element you want to.

In your case. you could do

.posts, .widget {
background-color: #fff;
}


in your style.css

2011-07-05

Svilen Popov answers:

Put this in your <strong>style.css</strong> <em>(wp-content/themes/Emporium_child/style.css)</em>:

#page, #sidebar, #footer {
background-color: #fff;
}