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stephanieedwards

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  1. I am wanting to move my primary navigation to "bottom left" - which is below the logo. The header background color is black, and the navigation font is white. The main color of the site is also white. When I move the nav to "bottom left" it blends into the background (because they're the same color) .. it doesn't stay in the header (black background). Anyone know a way around this? Colors are set, client wants black and white. And also wants the nav underneath the logo, not to the right or any other layout.
  2. Working on a site and the client wants the captions in the gallery block I set up to have an opaque background, or just appear entirely underneath the photo. Anyone know how to create a solid background behind captions in a gallery block with css? Preferably that spans the entire image horizontally? I've got the caption position set to "bottom left" right now, which creates a transparent background, but it wraps the text and keeps everything on the left side. If I select "left" as the caption position, there's no background at all. So, I need css to either: a) Make the background that appears in the "bottom left" caption position setting transparent AND make it span the full width of the image or b) Create a background for the "left" caption position setting OR c) Somehow detach the caption to appear underneath the image Any ideas?
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