In Jumpstart I am placing a CSS Background Gradient in the #main area and another one in the #bottom area, but when a page with something in the #featured area appears, it looks wrong, and the look would be better if the Gradient went from the top of the Featured area to the bottom of the Footer area.
I have looked at placing a into various functions right below the Header area (such as themeblvd_main_end_default with an ending div in another function such as themeblvd_footer_content_default ), and I can get part way there, but it fails in many ways.
When altering these functions, I placed them at the top of the functions.php inside the child theme. That appeared to work perfectly in that the function was called before the main theme called it, and so my revised function took precedence (which means that it will not be erased in an upgrade).
All I want is a background that I can control using CSS Gradients that can contain everything below the header. I am assuming I want a div for this. And I would like to be able to include or not include the #bottom / the Footer in that one Div in order to experiment with various looks.
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