There are two ways to select an item and change its color:
- by using its background color as set by the theme (fig. 1)
- by using the selector(s) – although I guess that when you know the selectors, you might as well write all the CSS involved :) (fig. 2)
When using the background color as the selector, just set the color as used in the theme settings, and the desired semi-transparent color. The stack will change every element on the page with that background color. If that is not what you want, set a unique background color for the target element in the theme.
Optionally, you can use a note (e.g. which element is targeted with the stack) that only shows in Edit mode. This is especially handy when you have several instances of the stack on your page. Next to the note, an indication of the color is shown (fig. 3)
Need help using it on a non-stacks page? Here’s a tutorial
- This stack only works on background colors only; not on borders, images, etc.
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