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How to put all sections background, transparent in version 2017

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Mar 24, 2020

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How to put all sections background, transparent in version 2017

 

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How to put all sections background, transparent in version 2017

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Are you asking how to make web page background transparent? 

Edit your CSS code.  Or add this wildcard to the very bottom of your stylesheet(s).

 

* {
    background-color:transparent !important;
}

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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The method Nancy points out will work, but it's along the lines of using a stick of dynamite to get rid of a gopher.

HTML elements are transparent by default. If you have a color you want to get rid of in the background, all you should need to do is remove the "background" or "background-color" setting from its css.

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The size of some gophers around these parts, two legs, two arms, no brain etc - you need a stick of dynamite, maybe even 2 to get the job done.

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