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    I have tried everything in the css to remove the white background from behind the social media icons but am having no luck. Please help.

    If I can post a screenshot that would show what I need but I dont see where I can do that. I have a dark textured background and the containers that hold the independent social icons are white blocks I want to make them transparent. Even when I inspect the element I can’t find where the white background is coming from.

    #118954

    Hi,

    They are already transparent. You can check the css style on css > layout.css

    .social_bookmarks .rss{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-rss.png) 0 center  no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .facebook{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-facebook.png) 0 center no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .twitter{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-twitter.png) 0 center no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .mail{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-mail.png) 0 center no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .dribbble{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-dribbble.png) 0 center no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .linkedin{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-linkedin.png) 0 center no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .search{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-search-top.png) 0 center no-repeat;}
    .social_bookmarks .gplus{background: transparent url(../images/layout/icon-gplus.png) 0 center no-repeat;}

    You can change the border color with this

    #top .social_bookmarks li {
    border-color: red;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

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