#lp Text Area – bg image and text behaviours stopped

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  • #66255

    Hi there,

    Struggling to work out what on earth has gone wrong here. Basically I used a search/replace plugin to change all http://[mysite] links to https, and since doing so the landing page text areas no longer fucnction right, with 2 issues:

    1) the darkening overlay is not appliced to the featured page image background
    2) The text is not made white

    How can I fix this?!

    Cheers

    Website: litmuslife.com

    #66256

    I’m guessing whatever CSS causes this behaviour is no longer linked to the right location or something….

    #66425

    Me too.
    The following HTML seems not to be outputted.
    It is output at the official demo site.

    `<div class=”lp-box-overlay”>

    • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 2 days ago by  deg_hh.
    #66454

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    I don’t see the indicated issues on the site. Did you resolve this?


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    #66460

    Only a workaround. Custom CSS for white text, just a darkened JPEG for picture

    #66463

    My site is still private.
    The following code is output.

    ‘<section class=”lp-text” id=”lp-text-two” style=”background-image: url(xxx.jpg);” >
    ‘ <div class=”lp-text-inside”>
    ‘ <h2 class=”lp-text-title”>title</h2>

    #66977

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    We’ve removed the darkening overlay in the last theme update – the text areas have always been designed to be used with patterns/textures as background.

    If needed for visibility, images can be manually lightened/darkened before being used on the text areas.


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    #67087

    It was understood.
    But this setting item is still left and might invite confusion.
    In addition, it is hard that a text (mainly a title and contents) is not displayed well when I do not use the custom CSS.
    Because I understand CSS, I make custom CSS.
    Thank you.

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