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Make content area background transparent, change font color.

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    I am running StartupPro 2.0, WordPress 3.8, Firefox 26.0 on Windows 7.

    I have read and tried everything applicable in your 4 listed options to accomplish these changes.

    It is not possible to share the link at this time, I am developing the site using ServerPress on a local installation.

    If the following can be done I will be ready to publish the site from a design point of view, your Theme has been extremely simple to use.

    1. Can the content area backgrounds (all pages including sidebars) be rendered transparent so every thing appears to be written directly on the site background?

    2. The font colors changed to white (the background is a black brick wall) and the link color stay the same shade of blue?

    Thanks in advance for any help you can give.


    #container {
      background: transparent;
      box-shadow: none;

    Assuming you’ve already set all the non-link text to white in your theme options, what text areas specifically still need styling?



    That is ABSOLUTELY perfect and I have never had such a quick and accurate response to a request for anything anywhere. Not even on the phone or a chat session, you guys are amazing.

    The font problem I fixed on my own, had the color code in the wrong block.

    I will be giving the highest recommendation I can for your theme at every opportunity based on the promptness of the reply and the outcome.

    Thanks again!



    Great, thanks. Feel free to leave a review here:

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