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Hi all, does anyone know if there is a non-code way to change the .html css background-color property to transparent? I know that individual page items/widgets can be set to transparent backgrounds, however my case usage is a client using Muse to export html bundles which are then called into InDesign to be output in an AEMM app .article file, so it is the 'Browser fill' colour that needs setting to transparent as it will inevitably be overlaying items on the InDesign page.
I also know that after export I can manually edit the site_global.css and page css to create a transparent background (have successfully tried this), but this is not user friendly to my client's workflow/skill set.
Many thanks for any thoughts on the above – I know it's an odd case usage.
Solved. Built a Mucow widget which inserts a style override into the html.
Where can I get the widget?