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Default Tumblr help :L - 10-21-2013, 03:40 PM

Hey, idk if anybody's familiar with html customization, and I remember asking a year+ ago, but never got anywhere with it.

I'm trying to edit my Tumblr so that the 'box' behind my posts, and my sidebar is a bit transparent (maybe 80% opacity), so that my background can be seen behind it..

Here's a picture of what I want to be transparent:




And here's the code:

[HTML] <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR - Pastebin.com


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can you use css?
  
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Default 10-21-2013, 06:44 PM

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can you use css?
@Mircast, there's an "add custom css" option:






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Default 10-21-2013, 06:54 PM

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@Mircast, there's an "add custom css" option:

im not an expert, but you have to find the div tag for what you want to be transparent first

and inside of that tag, you can add inline css or the class/id for internal css
the property you use for transparency is

opacity:

the html would be something like
Code:
<div class="main content">


</div>
Internal/external css
Code:
.main content 
{
opacity:0.4; 
}
there's internal css already in the html code, it starts at line 45 and you can put your declaration here if there is no external css file (as long as its b4 line 74, that's when it closes)

if that's too complicated for you, inline css would work too, you just add a style atribute to the div tag

Inline css
Code:
<div class="main content" style="opacity:0.4;">


</div>
it's just a matter of finding the tag for the box you want..... i'd play around with changing some stuff to pinpoint it

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