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    Pawel BobykPawel Bobyk
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    I have a general question to The Association theme and it’s Slider / Header area.
    All the photos uploaded to the header slider and standard post header are displayed darker then they are oryginally.
    Could you indicate where this is perfomed ? I assume, there is a line code (can’t find this option in the theme customization area).

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    Hi,

    Kindly show us your website URL?

    Regards,
    Dave

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    Pawel BobykPawel Bobyk
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    Website url is : http://bajkowybeskid.pl/

    Actually this is standard in the Association template – what i Can see in the demo of this template is the same. Source file of the header photo are brighter then we thery are presented on the website header slider.

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    Hi,

    Kindly go to Appearance >> Customize >> Basic >> Scroll down to find Custom CSS and paste there:

    .slider-shadow { display:none;}

    Regards,
    Dave

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    Pawel BobykPawel Bobyk
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    Thanks, that works perfectly.

    And the same with simple post and page headers ?

    Regards
    Pawel

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    Hi,

    Kindly use this CSS for post and page headers.

    .page_head::after, .post_head::after { display:none;}

    Regards,
    Dave

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