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I have selected... Custom styles body background ffffff an image for the background body background image tiling: repeat verically only background image crolling: keep the background fixed image position: top left
I have a similar problem since the update.I have read Sayontan explanation (although I have no idea how to restore defaults in Appearance -> Background) and now my background is fixed top instead of bottom with no possibility to have it the way I want it (and the way it is defined in Suffusion Options -> Skinning -> Body Background settings.
You need to save it in the wordpress > appearance > background to override the settings not the suffusion background settings. (Or maybe both) This also corrected the background color problem I was having.
I just tested it on a site I hadn't upgraded yet and you don't need to bother with the suffusion part, just save from the wordpress background.
I misunderstood the directions. I suspect others did too.
ogijima wrote:I found a fix in this topic: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11331 But if there is a way to fix it without going to the custom includes, I'm all ears.
If you want to set the defaults, go to Appearance -> Background, then click on "Remove Background Image". Once you do that you will see an option to restore the default image (that will replace the "Remove Background Image" feature). Click on that. Once you have done this, you will be able to go into Suffusion Options -> Skinning and set the position of the background. Not very intuitive, but that is more because the native WP feature is limited when compared to Suffusion.