I want to control when/which container border to turn off and when I want it back on.
I have created a tiled horizontal png graphic (with a transparent background) that appears to give the effect of the main color background blending into the ALTERNATE container by using halftone dots. However, I still want to control the other container borders. I dont want to just turn them all off/on throughout the site or even per page (which is what is happening at the moment.
Could it be done by creating a class, by giving a particular container a name which is then associated with a specific top/bottom border? If so, can anyone suggest how to get started?
You can see what I mean on my Home page… andypeck.co.uk (effect between x3 skills and the portfolio)
You can target specific content within a page by using the page ID as well as the content specific class/ID. You just need to inspect the page code and then pick out the parent class so that the css only effects that specific group of classes/items.
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