Run the Keys•BKG stamp to access this note’s background options. Look at them.
Now click on this note’s parent, the cat-note [Sample Category], and looks at its background options. You will see that its
$blogBkgOpt has been set to:
$blogBkgOpt for cat-notes is merely:
So this background of the cat-note [Sample Category] will be slightly different from normal. Normally, cat-notes show (1) the default texture (BodyTexture.png) on a plain white background, and (2) the teasers as floating cards.
But [Sample Category] also includes BKG-COLOR, so the texture for my parent will also show a background color. But wait—I have also set the cat-note’s
$blogBkgColor to something unusual—an ugly green (#080). This explains why you see what you see.
$blogBkgColorof [Sample Category]? Guess, and then do it.
I have set the
$blogBkgOpt of this note to BKG-TEXTURE;CARD. I have also added an override—
$blogBkgColor has been set to a light yellow-green (#efc). As a result, the background of this page will be a lemon-lime diamond plate.
Play around by adding and subtracting triggers.
Play around by adding and changing overrides.