Watermark for All Pages

First of all great package, fast, compatible with all modern browsers and devices! I am putting together a multiple page static site with the Antimatter theme which pretty much takes care of all of our needs. I would like to use a png file as a centered transparent fixed background for all site pages. After quiet a bit of research I have not discovered a readily available method by which to do the same. Any insight would be appreciated!

If you just need it to be in the background, you could presumably set it as the background-image on the body-element.

One would think so but that is not the case! I have already tried the same via a custom.css with increased priority to no avail!

I do apologize, I had not tested this on Antimatter. As it turns out, the Antimatter theme uses a section-element with the id of “body”, so rather than targeting bodyyou should do:

section#body {background-image: url(http://placehold.it/500x500);}

And adjust accordingly.

I do appreciate the quick response and I have adjusted my image link accordingly and still am not successful. Do you have any more recommendations?

section#body {background-image:url(../images/bg.png/500x500);}

Hmm, I am not sure what is failing, apart from the obvious error in your link: /bg.png/500x500should presumably be /bg/500x500.png. On a fresh installation of Grav 1.0.0-rc6, adding a custom.css file within antimatter/csswith:

`section#body {background-image: url(http://placehold.it/500x500);}`

produces the expected result on my end.

And so it does, obviously I cannot read! I would assume that I can apply the usual image attributes to my image within the custom.css file?

Yes, as long as they target that background-image (see the previously linked to CSS-Tricks article for a host of options and related material).

Thank You Very Much for Your Help!