Can you please send a sample URL where you want a ‘Divider’ applied or a mockup of it so we can check how best to apply it using CSS?
please see here:
Best Regards Frank
There are a number of ways around it. One option is to still use the div for the divider, but apply a CSS to it instead of using the image divider.
You can use this CSS to add the shadow to the div for the divider divider (after removing the image inside it)
height:20px; background:-webkit-radial-gradient(50% -3%, ellipse cover, rgba(00, 00, 00, 0.4), rgba(97, 97, 97, 0.0) 40%); background: radial-gradient(ellipse at 50% -3%, rgba(00, 00, 00, 0.5), rgba(97, 97, 97, 0.0) 40%);
Can you please try it?
I am not sure how you configured your site but I can try it. Please send your login credentials so we can check it. Just to confirm, the divider you are referring to are those lines with shadows near the bottom of the page, correct?
I found a better alternative compared to the CSS I sent to you. The better option would be to add Trennlinie (Separator) element with shadows.
You should now see it working if you visit http://fotologbuch.de/fotokurse-workshops-berlin/fotokurs-workshop-einzelkurs-individualkurs/
Can you please check from your end?
At the moment I try to make a new page with this feature. There is only one problem if I use the Separator. I need more space under the Separator. At the moment I have a following Headline (h4) an this ist to near by the Separator. Please see here:
How can I get more space after the Separator?
Have many Thanks und Kind Regards Frank Weber from Germany (sorry for the English)
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