Hey Folks!

During April & May of 2020, answers may be delayed more than it usually happens. This is caused by my personal situation that requires a lot of time from me to be dedicated elsewhere, and also because of the local things that are happening currently cause of the all things connected to "Corona Virus".

Please be patient, all answers are coming as soon as possible :-)

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Air.
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How to change the box color on the page like it's 'Black'

Hi There,

How to change the box color on the page like it's 'Black'?

Many Thanks,
The Team Of JM

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  • Like The Picture Below:
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  • AirAir
    Posts: 10,340
    I think I don't understand this one still. It is black on your screen shot so probably you have switched black color scheme already.

    Can you explain more ?:-)

    With kind regards.
  • Hey Air,

    The content box color we are wanting to change. The Color scheme is 'Black' but we are just wanting the content box to be a different color and not black, just the header.

    Many Thanks,
    The Team Of JM
  • AirAir
    Posts: 10,340
    Use this custom CSS:
    article, body.search-no-results.search article, body.archive.category-empty article, #content aside, ul.tabs li a:hover, ul.tabs li.active a, .tab_container, .archive-item{
    background-color: #eee;
    }
    It will overwrite, all overwrites made by black scheme :-)

    With kind regards.
  • Hey Air,

    Many Thanks. This worked!!!!!!!!!! :)

    With Kind Regards,
    The Team Of JM
  • I have the same issue. I tried the code but it didn't work for me. I want the box color to be transparent so I can see the background video on my home page: www.jamesautery.com
    Thanks!
  • edited December 2015 Posts: 23
    Never mind I got it with this:

    #header, #head-widgets, .top-menu ul, #access.touch .menu-container, article, body.search-no-results.search article, body.archive.category-empty article, #content aside, ul.tabs li a:hover, ul.tabs li.active a, .tab_container, .archive-item, .navigation a, #blog-filters > div, #filter-activate.active {
    background-color: transparent;
    }
    Post edited by Air on
  • How would I remove the 1px shadow though?
  • AirAir
    Posts: 10,340
    Hello:-)
    JAUTERY00 said: How would I remove the 1px shadow though?
    Use this custom CSS:
    body.page article, body.single article{
    box-shadow: none;
    }
    With kind regards.
  • That did it! Thank you so much!
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