you can use two spaces for it, codepen or something like that it's easier to share code by the way
what you really want to achieve ?
The opposite of this @AlexanderDom
The sides are hilights.
But i'm actually having a weird bug atm. fml. One of the borders doesn't show up on mailchimp preview. Although its consistent with the others.
sorry i don't understand :(
I'm probably going about this all wrong, but is there a way to make the parent container display "on top" of the child elements? I want to make it's opacity less than 1 so it looks as though you are looking "through" it at the contents
@camnicklaus css z-index maybe?
@camnicklaus Opacity will affect everything, you can use RGBA instead to adjust the opacity on specific elements: background-color: rgba(170,170,170,.3);
The .3 at the end adjusts the opacity of the color applied
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