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    Could you provide some assistance, I would like to adjust the opacity of all the black containers. Could you help me with some custom css?



    Can you give us a link to your website?




    Hello Ismael

    It’s at You’ll need the admin password to get in, as I’ve enabled a ‘coming soon’ widget. I’m not comfortable providing the admin password on the forum, is there a way I can PM you?



    Can you please add a password directly to your coming soon page so we can see your site, not your admin backend? At this point Your description of this problem is not helping, so we would rather first see it from the outside, since we need to see the code.




    Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be able to bypass the coming-soon page automatically when you go to

    Use this id/pw: viewer / tense

    Thanks Nick, sorry if I wasn’t clear on this earlier.


    Insert following code into the quick css field:

    .box, .blog-meta, .return_content, .arrowslidecontrolls_fullscreen, .hide_content_wrap a, .img_count, .slide_thumbnails, .widget {
    background: rgba(17, 17, 17, 0.79);

    The first three values represent the rgb colors, the last value represents the opacity and must be a value between 0 and 1. You can generate your custom rgba color value by using this tool:


    Thank you so much!! This is exactly what I needed to achieve!!

    Okay last related question; the opacity of the menu column in the portfolio posts’ page seems to differ from the other pages, are we missing something here?? differs from

    There seems to be an additional ‘column’ under the main nav column.




    They have the same opacity.

    background: rgba(17, 17, 17, .90);

    They look the same except for the background.




    Hello Ismael,

    Well there seems to be an additional column on the nav column. I took two screenshots here:



    Looks to me like you fixed the issue, since differs from since I see no difference between the two pages that your image shows (i assume the second image is nana02.png)

    Page 1-

    Page 2-




    This is really odd. Why am I the only one seeing it. No wonder you guys said it was the same. I used anonymouse and I see it, I used Firefox, Safari, I.E., and Opera and I see it. But when I used Safari on my iOS, it doesn’t appear.


    Even when I tried to ‘inspect element’ on Firebug, it magically disappeared.



    Try this on your custom.css or Quick CSS

    #black-studio-tinymce-8 {
    display: none;




    Hi Ismael,

    Nah this has no effect actually… I’m just wondering, what are the objects in that column? Besides .box and .widget i mean.



    I really can’t see the difference between the two. They have the same containers.

    sidebar sidebar1 box sidebar_absolute








    Hello Ismael,

    It’s okay. I am sort of lazy now. I’ll just let it be. Thanks anyay!

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