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    I read and tried to implement what was done here;
    But in my case it didn’t work. I can add it traditionally using CSS, but doing it this way would take away from my client;’s ability to upload their own images since I need to code it in the CSS.

    I’ve done it the traditional way in the first two columns and am trying to use your method in all other practice areas, but can’t seem to get it working. More details in private data…


    Hey lzevon,

    Not sure what you mean by traditional way.

    Could you please attach a mockup of what you’re trying to achieve?

    Best regards,


    Traditionally meaning setting the background image in the CSS and applying a custom css to the column element. It has been 5 days and I’ve moved on, but would like to know if there’s a way to define the image in the column > color area and then apply a custom CSS to set the overlay? That way my customers can change themselves, but they won’t be editing CSS.


    Hi lzevon,

    Well, you can write css for some predefined classes add the css to the quick css and your customer will only have to specify that class for the column, that is of course when custom classes are enabled in the theme options.

    Best regards,

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