Thanks for your quick answer, but the problem is not the rgba() property – the opacity property you suggested is overwritten as well by the element.style property witch default to #FFFFFF or any color set in the theme settings. (the fact the opacity property is overwritten is the reason that i tried the rgba() instead)
I have now modified the /partial/logo-group.php to my needs. Are there any way to do this in the child theme instead of ind the “master”
A solution could be that you modify the “check color value” to accept transparent as an option to select in the admin section…
I hope you had got answered of your queries , happy for you on this.
It seems you want to customize parent template on child theme, then please follow this steps:
1> First create partial folder inside child theme [Go to site folder -> wp-content -> themes -> puresimple-child-> create partials folder]
2> Create file named logo-group.php and paste your code on this file from parent file. for this [Go to site folder -> wp-content -> themes -> puresimple-> partials -> logo-group.php]
3> Then you can re-undo your changes from parent theme.
4> finally activate your child theme.
Note: A child is just inherits page template but you need re set the setting or value of customizer
Let us know if you are understanding fully or perhaps this not what you meant for.