Sliding Sidebar Background Options

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Sidebars & Footer" > "Sliding Drawer Sidebars"

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Slider Drawer overview.

Sliding drawer sidebars have a primary option area that applies some default settings to all of you sliding sidebars. You can override the background color of each sliding sidebar in the option area for each specific sidebar. Drawer opacity can be set to give your sidebars a see-through appearance. 100% results in a totally solid sidebar, while 0% will give a totally transparent sidebar (not a great idea). Bear in mind that the opacity level will apply to all of the contents of the sidebar as well. A good practical range is 80-95 percent.

You can also adjust the content padding for sliding sidebars. This will place padding to the left and right of the widgets within your sidebar (see below). You can also choose whether your sidebar tabs have square or rounded corners (round corners are not supported in Internet Explorer).


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Sidebars & Footer" > "Sliding Drawer Sidebars"

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll want to check out our Slider Drawer overview.

Sliding drawer sidebars have a primary option area that applies some default settings to all of you sliding sidebars. You can override the background color of each sliding sidebar in the option area for each specific sidebar. Drawer opacity can be set to give your sidebars a see-through appearance. 100% results in a totally solid sidebar, while 0% will give a totally transparent sidebar (not a great idea). Bear in mind that the opacity level will apply to all of the contents of the sidebar as well. A good practical range is 80-95 percent.

You can also adjust the content padding for sliding sidebars. This will place padding to the left and right of the widgets within your sidebar (see below). You can also choose whether your sidebar tabs have square or rounded corners (round corners are not supported in Internet Explorer).


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Sidebar" > "Sliding Drawer Sidebars"

Sliding drawer sidebars have a primary option area that applies some default settings to all of you sliding sidebars. You can override the background color of each sliding sidebar in the option area for each specific sidebar. Drawer opacity can be set to give your sidebars a see-through appearance. 100% results in a totally solid sidebar, while 0% will give a totally transparent sidebar (not a great idea). Bear in mind that the opacity level will apply to all of the contents of the sidebar as well. A good practical range is 80-95 percent.

You can also adjust the content padding for sliding sidebars. This will place padding to the left and right of the widgets within your sidebar (see below). You can also choose whether your sidebar tabs have square or rounded corners (round corners are not supported in Internet Explorer).

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