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    I’m using the built in Enfold Lightbox feature. It is a simple check box to use. There does not appear to be any option to adjust settings. I am particularly interested in making the main page, which becomes the background, not visible. As it stands now, it is visible, though subtle, but does distract from viewing the single image. How would I make this background black (without removing the navigation arrows)? Thanks – Ken


    Hey kenwae!

    Please add following code to Quick CSS in Enfold theme options under General Styling tab

    .mfp-zoom-in.mfp-ready.mfp-bg, .mfp-zoom-in.mfp-ready .mfp-preloader {
    opacity: 1;

    If that does not work, please post the link to your website

    Best regards,


    Didn’t work. I did look through the forum and noticed that there was a change from prettyphoto to something else and that I should, perhaps, be using 2.9.1. I am using 2.9 and did not see an option in the download page for 2.9.1….anyway, here’s the site, the blog page….where if you click an image it will bring up the lightbox and you’ll see the background, faded, subtle, but there and a distraction….



    Please disable CSS minifying feature on the plugin you are using and then apply custom CSS code. Currently code is not being applied.



    That did the trick! Many thanks….



    You are welcome, glad we could help! :)

    Best regards,

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