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I use this (took it from a youtube video and changed convert to contain because my images were too big and added no-repeat): tw-story[tags~="Portada"] { background-image:url("https://solomontwine.yolasite.com/resources/Portada.jpg"); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size:contain; }

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For future reference, always use the blueprint button in top left for code.


I suppose this may work as an alternative: http://twinery.org/questions/4857/creating-a-translucent-text-box-on-top-of-an-image

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