Changing post background colours without changing home page

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  • #1412164

    welcomepack
    Member

    Hi all, sorry to be one of the many newbs who is a little lost when it comes to CSS.
    Using the theme Triton Lite & upgraded CSS, I have managed to add a solid white background to the posts on my homepage, as the text is hard to read when transp against an orange chevron background, however i am struggling to edit the post appearance one once the whole post is loaded away from the home page.
    Once a post is opened, I would like the whole post to appear with a white background, sitting solid on top of the orange chevron as main background
    I hope this makes sense?
    The posts on the blog at the moment are template posts, please view here:
    http://packitinn.wordpress.com/
    any help would be greatly appreciated!!

    The blog I need help with is packitinn.wordpress.com.

    #1412242

    mrdirby
    Member

    Adding a background to .one-column #posts should do the trick.

    .one-column #posts {
    background: #fff;
    }
    #1412243

    welcomepack
    Member

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    #1412244

    mrdirby
    Member

    No problem.

    #1412309

    welcomepack
    Member

    :( me again,

    I added widgets to the side bar & it has over ridden that code.
    Can you please save the day again ? :)

    #1412320

    mrdirby
    Member

    Ha. Sure thing.

    To add a background color the the main post area use this.

    .single-page-post .post-wrap {
    background: #fff;
    }

    For the widgets.

    #sidebar {
    background: #fff;
    }

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