My site is not public yet and is rather messy at the moment. I am learning WordPress as I go. I am not sure how to connect to the pages without going though the “Admin” login thing. I made some print screens. I hope they will come out at your end.
On the Home page, the row directly below the “Slider”, is the one I am referring to. In a row, I used the Services widget to get a title and the three text areas along with an action button.
The original background file looks like this:
I wish for the background image de retain its original size and repeat. I can achieve this at the widget level with the “Background Image Display” set to “Tiled”. But without the dark overlay of the row… eeesh!
My preference would be to keep it at the row level, get the overlay and full width effect without a background on the widget.
I understand that there are many levels of CSS possible. Is this right hierarchy?
- Custom CSS in the Appearance menu (covers everything)
- Additional CSS in the Customize page (seems to cover pieces on the page)
- CSS Styles in the “Edit Row”
- CSS Styles in the “Edit Widget”
If I simplify my question, where would I put what code to make my background tiled or repeat?
- If I want to do this for only the row of one page.
- All rows with imaged background of all pages.
If my assumption is correct, I could set the background behaviour at a higher level then reset a specific one on a lower level.
I do not always express myself clearly. Hope this will be easier to understand than my first post.