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HTML body background-color shows in front of image since iOS 7


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Hello,

since the iOS 7 update one of my websites has the problem that the background-color of the body is in every other element. That leads to the problem that everywhere there is a margin or an opacity < 1 there is background-color to be seen instead of the background-image.

It works fine on iOS 6 and other systems.

Has anybody seen this problem or has an idea how to fix it?

Your help would be appreciated.
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Please provide a link so that we can see it for ourselves..

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Please provide a link so that we can see it for ourselves..
I'm sorry but i can't do that.

Further looking into it showed me that the javascript responsible for "backstretching" the background-image creates a div-element with the image-element in and both have the "z-index" = -99999.
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Thanks for the interest; i found the solution:

<body style="background-color:transparent">

Though I still don't know why it happened.
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