I’m looking to make the background of a div transparent, without affecting child elements, by using an opaque single pixel image to fill the div, instead of making all elements in the div opaque using CSS. I seem to be having a bit of trouble getting it to work and want to be sure I understand the background syntax correctly.
`background: url (“/images/example.png”);`
If I don’t specify a repeat x or y then the image will automatically repeat to fill it’s container, correct?
I’m looking to make the box on the left side of the slider opaque, so that some of the background image of the slider image can be seen through, but not so much that the text becomes difficult to read. It seems the best way to do that is through a repeating single pixel image. Which goes back to my original question, above.