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apinrise

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  1. Wondering if anyone has any ideas. Not coming up with much when searching for solutions. I've tried also to use a GIF with transparent background, but a similar bug occurs, where the background isn't quite as grey, but still isn't transparent. As you can see here, the PNG transparent background is replaced with a dark grey, and in the GIF version it's pure white. Thanks for any suggestions!
  2. Site URL: https://walrus-bellflower-k256.squarespace.com/ I have an image in png format which is a black shape on a transparent background. I want the image to be the background image for a particular section which has an yellow background color. I would like the image to float on top and be adjustable opacity. It seems to do most of this fine, except when I set the opacity to 0, the area that is supposed to be transparent is actually gray. And as I adjust the opacity, you can see that it also adjusts the opacity of this gray area. It seems as though instead of the image being black-on-trans
  3. Site URL: https://walrus-bellflower-k256.squarespace.com/ I've tried a number of ways. It seems the page loads fully on the initial render, as the scrollbar indicates, but I can only seem to get the height of the element that my JS code is inside of, and not the whole document itself. I'm building a scroll-progress-bar for a client and need to know how much of the document they've scrolled through. I thought I might be able to get the footer element and measure the distance from there, but that's also undefined. This was my latest attempt, using all the possible document.height att
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