Overriding Prose Design Settings

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  • #113305

    UmpquaWeb
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    I want to use a background image for the content area but the only options for the content area are color changes. How do I override this?

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    #113397

    Davinder Singh Kainth
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    Which specific section – do you want to add background image? Please elaborate.

    As such you can add background image to any section by modifying css code of that section(s).


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    #113403

    UmpquaWeb
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    Genesis/Design Settings/ Wrap (content area).

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    #113754

    Davinder Singh Kainth
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    Your website has background image, while wrap (inner area) has this #ffffcc color as background. To use background image in this area – in style.css file look for following code

    #wrap {
    background-color:#ffffcc;

    change this to

    #wrap {
    background: #ffffcc url(images/bg.jpg) no-repeat;

    Upload bg.jpg image to images folder of your theme.


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    #113832

    UmpquaWeb
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    I had already tried that, but it doesn’t work…it does in Firebug, but not when I change it in the style.css

    I’m thinking the Design Settings somehow take precedence.

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