oxygen in chrome and IE

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    So, I may be a fool, but if oxygen is opened in chrome or IE it loads a different style sheet? Specifically it does this.

    <style type=”text/css” id=”custom-background-css”>
    body.custom-background { background color:#fff; background-image: URL(blahblahblahblah); background repeat-x;}
    is this the code for the admin panel customization for custom background or do I have a way to change this, all I really want to do is change the background-color and get rid of the image on the homepage.

    Currently I have a check for the homepage

    $is_home = is_front_page() || is_home() ? true : false;

    so I have a #home body to have a different background than my inner pages, which is fine in firefox, works like a charm, but I’m getting some extra space in IE and Chrome and it gives it the background due to the body.custom-background it’s giving IE and Chrome.

    anyway, hopefully I’m clear enough,

    thanks for any help

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



    never mind I solved my own question, typing it out helped me realize that because I have the pages separated from the homepage I had the option to change the #container’s background image.

    ah, the simple mind.



    actually no, it’s not solved.

    the background image is gone, but I cannot change the background-color between the pages, not sure if I can get rid of the custom background color for IE and Chrome as well.

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