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Change "reddish" background color



on this (and other pages) is a default red background before loading the actual image: https://www.nur-auf-wunsch.de/. I'd like to change it to white/#fff but couldn't edit the item in the style editor.

Squarespace support told me, I have to add custom CSS. I tried to overrule the background-color of the class, but apparently failed :/. Could you please give me  a hint how to do this?






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Hey - thanks a lot 🙂 I have tried that, but for some reason it doesn't work. It's still in the custom CSS, so you can see it. Any idea, why this happens?

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6 hours ago, _seb said:

I added !important to test, which overrules the image 😉 


trying insert to Home > Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Header (don't add !important)

  .Index-page--has-image {
    background-color: green;


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