This page, and every other in the site, has the same template applied, with a page properties background color set as #999999. When this page loads, it will briefly flash a #999999 background, but will not hold it. Every other page will hold the #999999 background from the same template. If you don’t see it flash #999999 on the first load, hit reload a couple of times real fast in Chrome.
If someone could please take a quick look at it I would be most grateful. I have been pulling my hair out for hours on this. It worked yesterday and I did no work on the site today prior to my first look at it live when I noticed the phenomenon. Then of course I tired to fix it to no avail. I have looked at every piece of code I can think of and can’t get just that one page to hold a #999999 or any background other than white.
The first thing that I did is I inspected the element to find out *how* it was changing color. When I saw the inline styles, I assumed that it was coming from JS, or else you would just be able to remove it yourself.
From there I searched through the scripts (also using the inspector) for the term ‘body’ to see if any of the scripts were modifying it. Took probably less than a minute of total time. This is why the Inspector is so powerful! Check out this article to learn more about it: http://jtaby.com/2012/04/23/modern-web-development-part-1.html
Will do, thank you. As an aside, I found out this morning that the third-party vendor of that market information altered their js. They are looking into as we speak. It’s got to be either their call to background-color: transparent; or their inline style to .backgroundColor=”F0F0F0″, which is basically white. Like so: