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    Sorry if this has been asked before but I cannot find it.

    My site has an image background in the content area of the pages but I would like to remove the image from one specific page http://www.cccofcarsoncity.org/screening-form-2/ and make it a colored background instead. There is a form embedded in the page and I need it to be a plain background.

    I can’t seem to come up with the right combination of CSS to accomplish this task.  Can someone help me please?

    Thanks so much!



    See the article below


    Your background appears to be on the wrapper, so the rule will look something like

    .page-id-xxx #wrapper {background-image:none;background-color:blue;}

    replacing xxx by the ID number of the page


    [email protected]

    Thank you for your reply.

    However, while there is an image on the wrapper, there is also an image on the page backgrounds.

    Will the suggestion work if I do .page-id-xxx #content {background-image:none;background-color:blue;}


    Also, if I am not using the page ID # – where do I find what number it is?

    Thanks so much for your help!




    If you mean the brown image outside the wrapper, this is the overall background image and the rule for it would be

    body.custom-background.page-id-xxx  {background-image:none;background-color:blue;}

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