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Hi Ciaran

I hope you're well.

Just setting up your lovely Bianca template for a blog site.

I'd really like the wavy edge at the bottom of the frontpage slideshow picture - could you tell me how to acheive this please?

Site is thebrightciderlife.com

Many thanks

Liz
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Sorry, fixed it! Added something into Top1 and there it is!

Ugh, isn't it always the way that you spend ages and then think "I'll just try this one last thing" and off it goes.

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Hi Liz

Nice work and thank you for the update. :) You done well as I notice we do not have this documented anywhere :/

Ciaran
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Hello. Could you tell me where/how to edit the wavy edge? Not sure if I want to change the shape or just the color, but can't find where to edit that area. Thanks!
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Colour of the wavy edge is the colour of the Top 1 section in the template. Not sure you can change the shape, but I'm sure Ciaran will enlighten us both,
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Thanks for the help Deaksie, I appreciate it! I found out that if I uploaded a background image below the color setting, I can change the shape.
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Hi

The wavy edge is is created using an inline SVG. If you wish you can try creating your own SVG using online tools like https://getwaves.io/.

The code for the SVG within your template can be found between line 130 and 132 of your templates index.php (../templates/j51_bianca/index.php)

Ciaran
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