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ryekorn says
Can anyone tell me why my image looks bitmapped on the home page? It almost looks transparent. http://rope.watchhumansfly.com/ I uploaded it on the home page with the correct dimensions as advised. My background image uploaded fine.
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Pirenko says

The image being used it’s this: http://rope.watchhumansfly.com/wp-content/themes/kingsize/images/upload/circus-update7hr.jpg
What you see in front of the image is a semi transparent layer. You can hide it by adding this to your CSS code:.grid {visibility:hidden;}
Anyway there might be an option to disable that effect. Cheers :nerdy:

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ryekorn says

Perfect! It worked! Thanks so much!

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