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The Venetian Boldgrid theme has a very nice big background image displayed on the home page; however, it also overlays two translucent white triangles over the image that I’d like to be able to turn off. Is there a way to do this thru the theme controls, or does it require its own code to shut it off?
Sorry for the issue with the triangles in the background. I looked for a way to remove it and its tied into the code of the theme. There is no way to remove that effect using the functionality within BoldGrid. Apologies for the inconvenience.
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You should be able to remove the triangles by setting the before and after pseudo-selectors on the body with CSS using the WordPress Customizer’s Custom CSS tool.
This CSS snippet should take care of that: