How to add background image JM News Portal

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5 years 1 month ago #5865 by toreleiren
toreleiren created the topic: How to add background image JM News Portal
I have downloaded this background slider,that change the background image. But,if I dont wanna use this Module,but a single image.How can I do that? An alternative is,how can I change like the content area and the modules to be e.g.White? Cuz when I use the Background Slider,the whole body is transparent,and it's very hard to see what says i both the Modules and the Content..Any idea?

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5 years 1 month ago #5867 by artur
artur replied the topic: How to add background image JM News Portal
Hello,
I do not understand without site view, but you can add background for page in CSS. Edit '/joomla/templates/template-name/less/custom.less'.
Example :
#jm-wrapper {
background: red;
}

www.joomla-monster.com/blog/joomla-templ...-joomla-3-0-template

Best Regards.

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5 years 1 month ago #5869 by toreleiren
toreleiren replied the topic: How to add background image JM News Portal

artur wrote: Hello,
I do not understand without site view, but you can add background for page in CSS. Edit '/joomla/templates/template-name/less/custom.less'.
Example :

#jm-wrapper {
background: red;
}

www.joomla-monster.com/blog/joomla-templ...-joomla-3-0-template

Best Regards.


Hi Artur. Ok. But if I have an image file like in .jpg,how would the code look like then?

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5 years 1 month ago - 5 years 1 month ago #5875 by toreleiren
toreleiren replied the topic: How to add background image JM News Portal

artur wrote: Hello,
I do not understand without site view, but you can add background for page in CSS. Edit '/joomla/templates/template-name/less/custom.less'.
Example :

#jm-wrapper {
background: red;
}

www.joomla-monster.com/blog/joomla-templ...-joomla-3-0-template

Best Regards.




This picture shows how it looks like with an image background....But, as you may see, the content area is like Transparent, snd not so easy to read. So, can I make the content area to be like White or Black color or any other color? And in case, how? As you may see in this link below, the background is responsive and color of the content is black.... www.extro-templates.eu/?templateid=11 . So this is how I primarely want it(
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5 years 3 weeks ago #5878 by artur
artur replied the topic: How to add background image JM News Portal
Hello,
Then you should add background image to '#jm-allpage' and site background to '#jm-wrapper'.

Example :
#jm-allpage {
background: url('some/image.jpg');
}
#jm-wrapper {
background: white;
}

Best Regards.

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5 years 3 weeks ago #5884 by toreleiren
toreleiren replied the topic: How to add background image JM News Portal

artur wrote: Hello,
Then you should add background image to '#jm-allpage' and site background to '#jm-wrapper'.

Example :

#jm-allpage {
background: url('http://dna.joomla-monster.com/some/image.jpg');
}
#jm-wrapper {
background: white;
}

Best Regards.


Hi Artur! Ok,thanx. But if I still wanna use the Backround Slider,will the code for the jm-wrapper still be e.g background:white(if you want the background White) and background:black for Black Background? Which css-file do I enter there?And also,if I want the background there to be black,I want the font to be Black. What css-file so I enter to do so? And how about for the Modules? Which css-file do I enter there,to change background and fonts?

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