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Trying to add a background image of a cross to my .nav bar behind the menu.
the site is aelorics.com.

What I have tried:

I have tried several snipets od css adding them to simple css or the header.css file.

.x-navbar {
	background-image: url('IMAGE URL');
	background-size: cover;
}


.navbar {
   background-image: url("https://ringgeorge.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Handphone-7.jpg")
}
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Updated 15-Nov-18 6:30am
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Member 14065917 24-Nov-18 16:56pm
   
Hello,

I haven't been able to find the element in the solution box and CSS is not working. Could you also check my navbar? https://www.medaway.co.uk

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Solution 1

Against my better judgement I went to the site and found two critical errors that are issues:

1- You do not have an element with a class of "navbar" or "x-navbar"
<nav id="site-primary-nav">
	 <ul id="site-primary-menu" class="large-nav sf-menu mobile-menu clearfix sf-js-enabled sf-arrows" style="touch-action: pan-y;">
		  <li class="MenuJibberJabber">
		  <a class="sf-with-ul" href="/church/">Church</a><ul class="sub-menu" style="display: none;">
			   <li class="menu-item-277">
			   <a href="/ministries/">Ministries</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-278">
			   <a href="/sermons/">Sermon’s</a></li>
		  </ul>
		  </li>
		  <li class="menu-item-21">
		  <a class="sf-with-ul" href="/academy/">Academy</a><ul class="sub-menu" style="display: none;">
			   <li class="page-item-89 menu-item-113">
			   <a href="/">Overview</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-115">
			   <a href="/who-we-are/">Who We Are</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-114">
			   <a href="/llc-vision/">LLCA Vision</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-112">
			   <a href="/llca-mission/">LLCA Mission</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-111">
			   <a href="/applicationfees-and-dress-code/">
			   Application,Fees and Dress Code</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-110">
			   <a href="/curriculum/">Curriculum</a></li>
		  </ul>
		  </li>
		  <li class="menu-item-47">
		  <a class="sf-with-ul" href="/community-kids-learning-center/">
		  Community Kids Learning Center</a><ul class="sub-menu" style="display: none;">
			   <li class="menu-item-172">
			   <a href="/cklc-page/">CKLC About</a></li>
			   <li class="menu-item-171">
			   <a href="/cklc-hours-and-fees/">CKLC Hours</a></li>
		  </ul>
		  </li>
		  <li class="menu-item-38">
		  <a href="/contact-us/">Contact Us</a></li>
	 </ul>
</nav>

I would try applying that CSS using one of these selectors
nav {background-image:...}
#site-primary-nav{background-image:...}
#site-primary-menu{background-image:...}


2- The URL for the background image does not resolve.
   
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Member 14055926 15-Nov-18 14:26pm
   
What does "Not resolve" mean.
Member 14055926 15-Nov-18 14:27pm
   
Also i would put the css plus the selector in the custom css part?

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