How to change a "background" color

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    I need to change the color of the decorative element that lies over the background (but under the content). Not really sure what to call it – the midground? It’s the abstract geometric form that’s currently pale pink on my site, (the default color I believe). I need to make it white so that it’s seamless with the actual background. How can I do this?

    Thanks in advance.

    The blog I need help with is


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    Hi there,

    You’d need to use Custom CSS for this. Try this:

    .site, .featured-heading, .slide-out, .page-links-inner, .featured .hentry:first-child::after, .featured .hentry:last-child::after { background: #fff !important; }


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