Many thanks again. I wanted to retain the transparency of the header because a solid one obscures part of the image. By looking at all the ‘site-header’ lines in style.css I found this on line 1895: ‘background: rgba(247, 142, 63, 0.3);’ The problem with this is that any colour is going to clash with some of the images. The answer, as I see it, is to make the header background grey. I have done this by changing to: background: ‘rgba(153, 153, 153, 0.3);’
Thank you very much for replying so quickly. Before raising my question I had spent a lot of time looking for the CSS that determines this colour. I notice that it’s the same colour as the menu drop-downs. I found it in two CSS files: metabox.css (line 43: border: 3px solid #F88C00;) and style.css (line 3975: border-top: 18px solid #f88c00;). Neither of these is a background colour and removing both lines has no effect on my test website: http://www.eurodolphin.com/rb2/ So I’m hoping you can give me a slightly stronger clue as to where I might look. Many thanks in advance.
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