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  1. Hi, I was playing around with my website and I was trying to make a semi-transparent footer This is the code I used for the footer <footer class="footer galaxy-footer"> <div class="content has-text-centered"> <p> <script src="js/copyright.js"> </script>© 2018-2020, <strong>Company.</strong> </p> </div> </footer> And this is my css .galaxy-footer { background-color: rgba(25, 25, 25, .5); color: var(--white); // #ffffff } .galaxy-footer strong { color: var(--white); } The other classes
  2. [UPDATED IN ANSWERS] Attached updated files. I'm trying to extend a rather well-used animation formula using css. To start, here's the basic animation: http://www.daellusknights.com The banner text is set to a specific rotation, Animation 1. (two instances) Likewise, the "glow" effect is also animated. (Animation 2) What my goal is, the "layers" of each word are going to be statically faded out by setting each layer slightly more transparent than the one before it. This includes setting the text, stroke, and glow opacity. I'm using "h1:nth-child(
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