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Malcolm-89

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  1. That code did not add a drop shadow to the projects lightbox but it caused the Portfolio lightbox to go transparent again, although it was darker. I reverted back to remove the transparency. How can I make the fallowing code to remove the transparency apply to the projects lightbox not just the portfolio? Thanks /* Lightbox opacity */ .gallery-lightbox-background { opacity: 1.0; }
  2. Thanks for the suggestion. I will try the drop shadow. What I have been wanting to try is to get rid of the transparency on the lightbox within the projects folders so that the images will pop a little more and to get rid of the distracting detail of the background thumbnails. Do you know the code to do this?
  3. Site URL: https://www.malcolmdavis.net/ Hi, I am just putting the finishing touches on my photography site. I am mainly looking for comments on the presentation and flow of the work. I am trying show consistency in the content without being too redundant. This is for both the portfolio and the projects. Design tips are also welcome. I am trying to figure out how to make the lightbox in the projects folders be non transparent if anyone knows what code to use? Thanks in advanced. Hope you enjoy looking at the work!
  4. Thanks ClaraB, I pasted in the new custom code and pressed save. It did not make any change to the transparency in the lightbox of the project folders. I do see that the lightbox in the portfolio is non transparent. How can I make this change for the Lightbox in the projects folders?
  5. Hi, yes that is what I meant. the lightbox background behind the picture being viewed did not change. I am pasting a picture of it here. As you can see the thumbnail pictures are still visible in the background. I want a solid background so the thumnails are not visible in the background. Thanks again
  6. Hi, Thanks for answering the question. I pasted the fallowing code into the Custom CSS and then pressed save. When I refreshed the website there was not any change in the opacity of the background. Was there something I missed? /* Lightbox opacity */ .gallery-lightbox-background { opacity: 0.5; }
  7. Site URL: https://www.malcolmdavis.net/ Hi, I am trying to figure out how to change the transparent background in the lightbox to be a solid color without any transparency. I don't know anything about coding, so if someone can tell me the specific steps to accomplish this that would be much appreciated. I was already told by customer service that the only way to change the transparency was by editing the coding. Many thanks, Malcolm
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