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Hi, is there a way to stop the background image resize when the text extends beyond the page? I thought I saw a button that was fixed image or scroll but cannot find it again?
this is for the featured image on each page.
Please, how do I make it fixed? It looks like its inline, so I can’t do a CSS edit?
The following code works on the page but I dont want to edit the main theme, rather edit css and functions.
background: url(“xxx/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/groinseagulls.jpg”) no-repeat fixed 0 0 / cover rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);
I am afraid we will have to suggest code changes itself in the theme. Not possible using css.
If it is single background then its managed using Appearance>Background. But for featured image we will have to change code.
We have made changes to header.php and have attached it here: https://slack-files.com/T02T6CHHY-F04E894NF-261e58937c
Thank you, I have edited the line and it looks amazing.
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