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c_morgan314

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  1. Site URL: http://www.caitlinhutson.com I have already copied a CSS to change opacity of the overlay on my posters when hovering. The code I used is the following: .image-overlay {opacity: 0; transition: .3s ease;} .image-overlay:hover { opacity: 1} It gives the effect of turning the whole block from my image to an opaque green, with the text showing in both. However, when not-hovering, I added a background color to my Title Text to make it easier to read, and I would like that background to fade out as the opaque green fades in (since the text is very visible on the green without that extra coloring). I tried to use the same format as above but can't figure out what the item is called to make this change. I am looking to do it to all of my posters, so a code that applies to all would be awesome.
  2. I was having the exact same problem and your code fixed it! Thank you so much!
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