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    It’s awsome template and supports. Most of problems are resolved. However still there will be some issues for me.

    How can I put Transparent background color behind the Caption Tile and Caption? When I enter background color to them, there is a gap between Caption Title and Caption. I would like to lay Text on boxed style background, because the text is confused with the background image underneath.



    you can use following css code:

    #top .caption_slider .slideshow_caption .inner_caption {
    background: #fff;
    opacity: 0.5;

    Replace the color value with any hex value of your choice, the opacity value must be between 0 and 1.

    Side note: Older browser don’t support opacity or rgba values – if you’d like to to use semi transparent backgrounds for older browsers you need to use background image(s) (pngs with alpha channel).


    Thanks, it works.

    But one more question. I would like to move caption & text on the bottom left corner of the slide. So I enter the following code, but it still on the top right corner as shown in this link.

    #top .caption_slider .slideshow_caption .inner_caption {

    background: #050D58;

    display: block;

    position: absolute;

    left: 0;

    vertical-align: bottom;



    The caption is positioned relative so you can use margin-top/right attribute. However I wouldn’t recommend repositioning because this may break things.

    Use following code and adjust the values:

    .caption_slider .slideshow_caption.active_caption {
    margin-top: 20px;
    margin-right: 20px;


    Thanks, it works.


    Glad Dude could help you :)

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