Hey all (and @Norm ),
I’ve been looking for a fix for this for a while, but haven’t seen anything that addresses it specifically.
I have a website that I’m building which is meant to be very simple. Because of this, the content does not typically reach the bottom of most browsers.
I’ve found that in Blocs, despite the second color swatch defining the global bloc setting… anything that lives below the footer of the website (if it doesn’t take up the whole browser) is always white. This is not so stylish when trying to keep a sleek black look. (The site is for film production, so I was looking to emulate the black bars to focus on the frame of content, but the white draws the eyes away.)
Attached below is an image from Solis to show what I’m describing. Is there some sort of CSS code I can adjust to change this bit of white that appears, or is it possible to finally add in the global background color setting into Blocs?
I keep trying to search “global background color” and the last post I saw from Norm mentioned he was interested in adding a setting back in April 2017, but it doesn’t look that ever came to light.
I really don’t want to launch this website without finding a fix first. Just want to make that bottom little bit black. Any info would be appreciated.