Hi all, I would need to change the background of a div container. Its transparent but I would need to make it a little bit with shadow like this example –
Notice how the background of the box is still transparent, but it has like a shadow.
The actual body on the webpage you provided has no shadow its just the effect the image and container have. Without seeing all your code I would have no idea what to say.
This is the section your container is within the id="" is giving the div a dynamic name which you can call in your CSS file.
Look in the template you downloaded there should be a .CSS file. Drag this file into an open blank notepad/notepadd++ or what ever text editor you are using.
Within the CSS file your looking for the
This is where you add the CSS styling. If you want copy the .container_wrap and post it on here.
Is the template a free one if it is just tell me where you got it from and I'll download it.
I can alter the CSS but wont be able to tell what it does without the correct CSS and HTML and corresponding images.
If you want to actually add a shadow you'll need a image editor.
CSS3 Supports shadows but is not supported in all browsers