Am 21.02.2012 23:49, schrieb Rory Bernstein:
> I have a box that has a transparent background, div id="trans_box". It is the orange box that sits
on the top, large photo on the page.
> I want the text in this box to be at full opacity (not transparent). Possible? Is it necessary to
have it be in a separate div that sits on top of the orange div? If so I can't imagine how to do
> Also, there is a dark strip under the orange, transparent box. I cannot figure out what is causing
this strip, how to get rid of it.
> Last, is there a way to have the box that contains the large image as a background not have fixed
height? So that I can stick images of different sizes in there and not have to change the box
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as for the dark strip: that's from the div#main-home having
"border-bottom: 5px solid #333333;"
For the transparency problem: Instead of having the span with the text
within the transparent div, you could place both next to each other and
embed them in another div:
The span would have to be positioned absolutely within the div#newDiv of
Third question: I am not sure which box you mean. div#main-home?
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