Hey. I’ve got a question. I’m currently building out some posts with the new Gutenberg editor from wordpress. Sometimes, I just want to write posts without going into cornerstone.
In this case, I would like to know how to make the main container for the post about 50% or 75% opactiy, so that the background shows through but the text is still legible.
Here’s the example of how I want it to look —> https://intothemythica.com/into-the-mythica-the-journey-home/
(This is a page I did in cornerstone (or the X pro equivalent) and I adjusted the Section’s individual background so that main background showed through in a semi-opaque way.
However, what I want is to be able to use the regular wordpress editor on a post, and have the whole section of the post be semi-transparent, without having to go into cornerstone.
Reason - I do a lot of writing on an iPad. Can’t really do cornerstone on that, and i’d like to have a more streamlined and less design-intensive blogging experience for posts.
How would I set the opacity of post container to be in that way? * and * can I set it so that ONLY posts of a certain category have this function?
Here’s the example that i’m working with —> https://intothemythica.com/heart-of-faerie-remake/
I’d like some CSS to make this second example look more like the first one if possible, so that all the content within the post (including text, images, etc.) are on the semi-transparent background. That way I can publish from iPad more easily with the visual I want. Also, being able to specify category let’s me do that style for a specific bit of writing.