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Maybe the simplest thing to do would be to give that area a background color. Try adding this to Custom CSS:

header.Header.Header--bottom.Header--overlay {
    background: #5b286a;
}

 

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17 hours ago, christyprice said:

Maybe the simplest thing to do would be to give that area a background color. Try adding this to Custom CSS:

header.Header.Header--bottom.Header--overlay {
    background: #5b286a;
}

 

@christyprice Thanks anyway. Fyi I figured out by changing the CSS for my background image to .Header--top instead of .Header

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