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Design Help: Transparent Navigation

Hi All,

I am looking for design tips for my websites navigation. I really like the look of transparent navigation on the top of my page but I have to choose my images incredibly carefully to make it standout/visible/readable. I am going to have close to 700 CMS items when I am up and running so carefully choosing every image is out of the question.

How can I make the nav bar stand out while still maintaining the essence of the transparent effect?

Read-Only: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/cruiseplussite2?utm_medium=preview_link&utm_source=dashboard&utm_content=cruiseplussite2&preview=897d9a71f2518347a5699c06e9b14f67&mode=preview

Test Site Homepage: https://cruiseplussite2.webflow.io/

Test Site Package Page: https://cruiseplussite2.webflow.io/packages


Here is my site Read-Only: LINK
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You have a number options here depending on the look your going for. You could give the text aglow, add a white to transparent gradient within the header container going from top to bottom, add a transparent color within the header container (like your doing now) or you could give the entire background image an overlay of semi-transparent color.

I like where your going now with the solid color only within the naviagtion container, but I feel like you could smooth out the harsh transition a bit by either going with an overlay over the entire background image (maybe like a 10-20% white) or by using a white to transparent gradient instead.

@mikeyevin Thanks for the advice! I will give that a try!