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  1. Hi, I have no css experience but got this code from someone to put color behind my text, so it's easier to read. When I make it semi-transparent, the changes don't show up on the live site. It seems like Squarespace doesn't like the semi-transparent option. Does anyone know if it's possible to have a semi-transparent color behind text? Copied the code below. To make the color transparent I added e0 after the color, like this: #947342e0 #collection-5f4719c8e451e21ba1543a9d .sqs-block-html .sqs-block-content { padding-left: 5%; padding-right: 3%; padding-top: 2%; padding-bottom: 2%; background-color: #947342; } Thank you! Am also wondering if there's a way to target just the text in the main part of the page, and leave text in the footer alone. (right now, when I add text to the footer it also comes with a background color. Thanks very much for the help.
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