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Site URL: https://parakeet-carrot-xzxb.squarespace.com/

Password: steph

 

Hello, 

Does anyone know how to make the content of my website go flush (full bleed) behind the navigation bar (transparent) like in this example? Currently, I'm stuck with a navigation bar at the top, but I would like this to be transparent over the section content at the top of each page. 

Thank you for your help! 

Poppy

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While editing your page, hover over your site header and click the "Edit Site Header" button. In the palette that appears, select "Style" (between the "Elements" and "Fixed Position" options). Select the drop down that doesn't really look like a drop down above the "Border" option and select the "Dynamic" option. 

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19 hours ago, PoppyShotts said:

Hi Trevor, thank you for your message! I have done this, but it doesn't mean I can have the section content full bleed behind the navigation as in the example "soul" image. Photo of my site attached below. 

 

Many thanks! Poppy

 

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Try adding this to Design > Custom CSS

header#header {
    background-color: transparent !important;
}

 

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